British Airways (BA) cabin crew has announced a further 14-day strike, to follow immediately on the heels of the current 14-day walkout. This latest action among BA’s London Heathrow-based “mixed fleet” cabin crew began July 19, just three days after the last strike ended, and is scheduled to run until Aug. 1. However, on July 19, cabin crew union Unite said it was extending the stoppage from 00:01 on Aug. 2 until 23:59 on Aug. 15, meaning the BA mixed fleet cabin crew ...

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