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BA cabin crew workers vote to strike
British Airways is holding critical talks with representatives of the Transport & General Workers Union following Monday's vote by the union's cabin staff in favor of industrial action that could begin as early Jan. 31.
T&G, which represents more than 20,000 BA employees, including 11,000 flight attendants, said that more than 8,000 cabin crew, or 96%, voted in favor of a series of three-day walkouts to protest sick leave policies, pay grading and onboard staffing levels.