BRITAIN got two chocolate bars for the price of one following negotiations with a Brussels vending machine, according to George Osborne.Single servings
The chancellor has proudly shown off a Twix under a glass cloche while refusing to answer any questions about its wrapper.
He said: “I was stern and resolute as I strode to the machine on the fifth floor of the Willy Brandt building, determined it would not best me again.
“As I saw it was charging one Euro even for a Daim bar I stood my ground, informing it that the British people would not be robbed blind by this unelected monster.
“Reason prevailed and I have returned with two individual bars for my single Euro, which is a fantastic result for Britain.
The government has since issued an official statement denying that Twix, Twirl or Bounty are available in Belgium.
Meanwhile Labour claims that if Ed Miliband were elected his elastic arms could reach up through the hatch and pluck Pom-Bears from the rungs without anyone having to pay a penny.