Rebellion by Conservative Party backbenchers against Prime Minister John Major's leadership-which was expected to come to a head in a crucial vote Tuesday-could distract lawmakers from a promised final decision on a new army attack helo before the Parliamentary recess later this month. Fear is growing among U.K. industry executives with much at stake in the 2 billion-pound ($3.2 billion) contest, not only because key government officials now have other things on their minds, but because ...

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