VAT on food

I know what the legislation says, but there seem to have been so many U-Turns and 'oh but not that's' I have lost track how we are interpreting it.

If I buy a sausage roll and it's hot, I pay VAT if it was the sellers intention I eat it hot.  So they can still say 'It's only hot because I needed to show I had cooked it' presumably?

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Food - UK and EU legislation

leshoward |
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Equal treatment

The VAT Doctor |
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