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Asked if it was possible to progress with the bill and then action it once market conditions were right, the PMS said that we wanted to legislate when we were in a position to implement. Lord Mandelson had said that we would not cherry pick different parts of the legislation.

Asked if that meant that the bill was being delayed until a sale was possible, the PMS said that Lord Mandelson had said that when market conditions changed we would return to the issue.

Put that the bill would not go through the House of Commons at all, the PMS said not to make that conclusion; when market conditions changed we would return to the issue.

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