A UK High Court judge is scheduled to rule today on British Airways' claim that the strike ballot conducted by Unite flight attendants was flawed, a procedure that may constitute the desperate airline's only chance to avoid the 12-day strike called for Dec. 22 if emergency talks convened yesterday fail to produce an agreement. Unite said Monday that 80% of the approximately 13,000 eligible cabin staff participated in the vote and that 92.5% of those voting approved the walkout (ATWOnline, ...

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