British Airways' "fresh attempt" to solve its long-running dispute with its flight attendants hit a roadblock last week when its cabin crew overwhelming rejected management's latest offer. The rejection of the offer (ATW Daily News, June 28) by members of the Unite union by a 3,419 to 1,686 vote raised the possibility that the carrier's flight attendants could engage in further work actions. So far, 22 days of cabin crew strikes have disrupted BA's service this ...

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