British Airways cabin crew represented by the Unite union ended their latest strike action yesterday but warned that more strikes could follow.  BA flight attendants have held work actions on 22 days since mid-March. Unite claimed that the strikes have cost the airline £154 million ($222.3 million), but the pain has not been enough to force management to give in on the dispute over pay and working conditions. "We're going to hold out for as long as it takes and we ...

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