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BA deal could result in BMI job losses

The owner of British Airways says it has reached a binding agreement to buy the troubled airline BMI.

The £172m deal will provide International Airlines Group with up to 56 additional taking off and landing slots at Heathrow airport.

IAG's chief executive Willie Walsh says the deal will result in a number of job losses at BMI.

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