Britain: As Labor Smells Blood, Foreign Companies Tremble

Time is running out for John Major. The British Prime Minister wants to postpone national elections until May, 1997, when his five-year term is up. By then he hopes an improving economy will change the minds of voters who now rate him one of the least popular leaders in British history. But the hapless Major may not be able to last that long.

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