UK airports operator BAA said yesterday that it will appeal the Competition Commission's ruling that it must sell both London Gatwick and Stansted and either Edinburgh or Glasgow International, claiming that the decision was both "affected by apparent bias" and failed to account for the current economic climate. BAA is asking the Competition Appeal Tribunal to review the March ruling. It said its accusation of bias is based on "links between a member of the Competition Commission panel and ...

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