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BA’s Unite cabin crew to vote on possible strike action

British Airways on Tuesday received notice from Unite, the trade union representing the majority of the airline’s cabin crew, of its intention to ballot members for strike action. The voting, on more than five outstanding issues, is due to begin on Dec. 21 and close one month later, on Jan. 21, Unite said, thus sparing BA from any industrial action during the busy Christmas and New Year holiday season if cabin crew members vote to strike.


 

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