ECJ ruled that a single supply consisting of several elements has to be taxed at the same VAT rate principal element is taxed

ECJ ruled that a single supply comprised of two distinct elements, one principal, the other ancillary, which, if they were supplied separately, would be subject to different rates of value added tax, must be taxed solely at the rate of value added tax applicable to that single supply, that rate being determined according to the principal element, even if the price of each element forming the full price paid by a consumer in order to be able to receive that supply can be identified.