In July the Competition Commission delivered its final ruling in respect of the challenge by BAA to its 2009 decision, where BAA was told to sell Gatwick, Stansted and either Glasgow or Edinburgh airports.  BAA had previously challenged the ruling in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, but failed in both attempts.  On 19 July, the Competition Commission issued its final report, standing by its original ruling. In response, BAA has argued that times have changed since 2009, in that Heathrow airport no longer operates in the same market as Stansted.  BAA indicated that it is considering seeking a Judicial Review of the decision.  This has been criticised by supporters of the ruling as a further delaying tactic by BAA.