News Analysis: Will Labour U-turn take Tube out of election? - The timing of Tony Blair's belated intervention in the London Underground funding row was bizarre -- Just a few days after the announcement of the private sector winners of the unpopular public-private partnership. But was it in time to stop the PPP becoming a dangerous election issue?
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