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MPs in posh burger test: Murray, Birtwistle and Bone

2 July 2013 Last updated at 13:19 BST

George Osborne got people talking about his image when he tweeted a picture of himself eating a £9.70 burger from an upmarket chain on the eve of his Spending Review.

That led to to plenty of comment about the cost of his meal, and to Communities Secretary Eric Pickles tweeting a picture of himself tucking into a salad.

Giles Dilnot was joined by three MPs - Labour's Ian Murray, Liberal Democrat Gordon Birtwistle and Conservative Peter Bone - for a blind test of three burgers as they were asked which they liked and which was the most expensive.

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