The "pasty tax" U-turn shows Osborne is now losing the politics as well as the economics.
The problem with the Budget wasn't merely presentational.
The once mighty 'Plan A' is reduced to a pile of cold pasties.
With two-thirds of coalition backbenchers opposing the plan, the Chancellor is considering concessio
Cornish MP Adrian Sanders argues for mass avoidance of pasty tax.
The PM looks increasingly certain to revise Osborne's plan to cap tax relief on charitable donations
The Chancellor says he's "shocked" by tax avoidance. So why did he cut the 50p rate?
IFS analysis finds that a million working families will lose £500 a year as new tax changes come in.
Osborne's "pasty tax" comes under fire from Miliband.
The new evidence supports it: the Chancellor should scrap his ridiculous austerity plans and invest in jobs.