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Prestwick airport's government rescue plan criticised

The Scottish government is facing criticism over the cost of rescuing Prestwick airport from closure.

A report from Audit Scotland says ministers acted "reasonably" when they bought the airport in November 2013.

Critics say the report also reveals that MSPs have been kept in the dark about the true cost of the rescue.

BBC Scotland's transport correspondent, David Miller explains.

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