British Airways on Friday made a new offer to the Unite union in what it called "a fresh attempt to end the current dispute" with its flight attendants that has led to 22 days of strikes this year. The offer was handed over to the UK's Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, which previously stated that it had been unable to broker a deal between the sides (ATW Daily News, June 18). The offer includes a new "top-up payment" to ensure that existing cabin ...

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