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BA boss: Rise in air duty 'damaging UK economy'

The boss of British Airways - Willie Walsh has attacked the government's economic policy.

Along with other airline chiefs Mr Walsh has been highly critical of a proposed rise in air passenger duty - and says the airline will now have to curb its plans for expansion.

The Treasury insists the aviation industry must play its part in restoring the public finances.

The BBC's Chief Economics correspondent Hugh Pym reports.

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