Anger at BAA meeting

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Sir John Egan, chief executive of the airports group BAA, (left) and Brian Smith, chairman, before yesterday's annual meeting at the QE2 centre in London, where they faced shareholder anger over plans for a fifth terminal at Heathrow, executive pay awards and charges at Stansted. Dr Smith forecast traffic growth of 4 per cent this year but said the Channel tunnel would reduce passenger numbers by 3 million.

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