Should overweight airline passengers be charged more?
Almost two out of five UK travellers believe airlines should take passengers' weight into account when setting luggage allowances, a survey has found.
Some 18 per cent even admit to feeling "angry" that heavier people are entitled to an equal amount of baggage as themselves, according to the poll of 2,000 UK adults who have travelled by plane.
We invited journalist Peter Lloyd on to the show to explain why he agrees that heavier passengers should pay for their extra weight - with his views opposed by Big Girl author Kelsey Miller.
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