During his final weekend of campaigning in May 2010, a hungry David Cameron turned to the current hot political potato - a pasty.
Mr Cameron was eating his lunch on the move in the village of Woodstock in his own constituency of Oxfordshire.
Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has defended the Government's tax U-turns, saying the changes came as a result of listening to taxpayers.
The Government has scrapped plans to implement 20% VAT on pasties and reduced the planned tax on static caravans to 5%
The Government continues to feel the heat over its decision to add VAT to hot takeaway baked goods, a move nicknamed "the pasty tax."