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When is a snowball a cake? Or a biscuit?

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Two Lanarkshire-based confectionery firms are set to receive a windfall tax rebate after judges ruled Snowball snacks were technically cakes.......

Judges at the First-tier tax tribunal ruled in their favour on appeal.

They decided the issue after being presented with a plate of Jaffa Cakes, Bakewell tarts, tea cakes, Lees Snowballs, Waitrose meringues and mini jam snow cakes during the hearing.


Nice work if you can get it.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-28055633

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