Do recent British government about-turns suggest that the sale of BAA’s airports may be postponed?

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The British (Labour) government has gone into 'survival mode' as much as have the world’s airlines during the first week of Jul-2009 as it tries to placate as many people as possible, and the trade unions, by scrapping unpopular projects. Lagging well behind in the polls, written-off in the media and with a general election required to be held on or before May-10 it is taking desperate measures to get itself re-elected, even so far as to refuse to say what its spending plans are for 2010.

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