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TDs fear Aer Lingus backlash

The government’s deputies on Dublin’s northside are becoming jittery about a possible backlash from the sale of Aer Lingus.

27th May, 2006

The government’s deputies on Dublin’s northside are becoming jittery about a possible backlash from the sale of Aer Lingus. The sale of such a politically sensitive state asset should have been done and dusted by now - well before the party goes to the hustings.

Instead, while the government has made a decision to float the airline, the details are still being negotiated and a date has still to be set.

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