Osborne Reverses U.K. Budget Plan to Put Tax on PastiesGonzalo Vina and Robert Hutton
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne reversed a plan to make hot takeaway snacks such as Cornish pasties subject to value-added tax, one of the most controversial measures in his March 21 budget.
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