Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Willie Walsh, chief of British Airways’ parent company IAG, accused the UK government of “misleading people” over border control queues at London’s Heathrow Airport. Walsh called for urgent action to solve what he calls an “ongoing crisis”. Immigration minister Damian Green pledged in the House of Commons yesterday and reiterated on the Today programme this morning to solve the immigration problems at Heathrow. On the programme, Green started that non-EU nationals were waiting no longer than an hour and a half to enter the country, although this was challenged by Walsh who said

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