British Airways cabin crew represented by the Unite union announced a further 20 days of strike action yesterday starting with a May 18-22 walkout.
British Airways cabin crew represented by the Unite union announced a further 20 days of strike action yesterday starting with a May 18-22 walkout. The move followed union members' overwhelming rejection of management's latest offer aimed at ending the long-running dispute, which initially was about proposed contractual changes but has evolved into a heated conflict over an increasingly wider area of issues. BA endured two work actions by flight attendants in March costing the ...
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