British Airways cabin crew represented by the Unite union are in the midst of voting on the carrier's latest offer to reach a new labor contract. BA and the flight attendants have been clashing for months, leading to 22 days of strikes so far. The airline late last month made a new offer that it called "a fresh attempt" to settle the dispute (ATW Daily News, June 28). Unite leadership has neither rejected nor accepted the offer, and started sending ballots to its members ...

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