British Airways CEO Willie Walsh and the Unite union failed to reach an agreement over cabin crew job cuts and changes to work practices at a Monday meeting. "The discussion about cabin crew pay and productivity issues was open and frank. After the meeting, Mr. Walsh wrote to [Unite Joint General Secretary] Simpson. A response is awaited," BA said. Unite hopes the airline will shelve its unilateral decision to impose changes to work rules effective Nov. 16. BA wants to cut £140 million ...

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