Pasty tax reversal 'a shambles' says Labour
Labour has condemned the way the government has dealt with planned VAT rises on Cornish pasties and static caravans as a "total shambles", following a reversal of the plans.
The U-turns from Chancellor George Osborne's Budget follow protests by bakers and caravanning enthusiasts.
The government said it showed it was listening, but Labour said the VAT rises had been "ill thought-out".
A 5% rate of VAT on static caravans will be delayed until April next year.
James Landale reports.