CHANCELLOR George Osborne was yesterday accused of crumbling to euro judges by enforcing the hated Pasty Tax.
A European Court of Justice ruling meant he was under pressure to either slap VAT on all hot takeaway food or axe the duty completely.
In the case, a German won a bid to carry on selling grilled sausages without charging VAT.
Last night the Treasury admitted they had taken account of a number of court cases. Some Tory bigwigs reckon Mr Osborne will do a U-turn — a call made by The Sun's Who VAT All the Pies? campaign.