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Chris Holdsworth
World of Biscuits
Nicey replies: Tea, Hot, Milk no Sugar, make it so

John-James Bulstrode
Nicey replies: I was nearly got by goats about three weeks ago, there was a tall one and a short one with horns.

Mike Proctor
Nicey replies: Thank you for your email Mr Proctor.

Kate Taylor
Nicey replies: Kate,

I believe you are referring to the "Party ring", Foxes make them you should be able to find them easily enough.

Jez Philips
ChocolateJaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Yes we are aware of that line of reasoning. The problem is that Cake is considered a staple foodstuff and does not attract VAT, whilst biscuits are considered a luxury item, and as such are subject to VAT. McVities are keen for Jaffa Cakes to be seen as cake, and calling them Jaffa CAKES and making the bottom out of sponge wasn't enough of a clue. The Irish inland revenue decided it was a cake due to its moisture content being above 12%, (see the cake link at the top) Apparently UK the Judge needed more convincing so McVities made him a special 12 inch wide Jaffa cake, which he scoffed down with a pot of tea and then ruled it was a cake, Hoorah.

The goverment alas want the ruling over turned as its got chocolate on top and looks like a luxury item to them and the want to slap VAT on it.