British Airways asked the publicly funded UK-based Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service to help avert a three-day strike by cabin staff called for next week. "A strike would be completely unnecessary and unjustified. I am convinced we can settle the issues at the center of this dispute through sensible discussion and negotiation," BA CEO Willie Walsh said. The airline and the Transport & General Workers Union are locked in a bitter dispute over staffing, sick leave and pay ...

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