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The latest offer will have to be approved by BA cabin crew
BA dispute: End in sight?

By Peter Wozniak A new improved offer for British Airways cabin crew is to be put to union members, raising hopes of a settlement to the year-and-a-half dispute. Unite, which represents the cabin crew union BASSA, said the offer would be subjected to members’ scrutiny very shortly. A Unite spokesman said: “The offer is the… Read more »

Tory party delegates enjoyed a typical Boris performance at conference today
Boris demands new anti-strike law

By Ian Dunt Boris Johnson has demanded new anti-strike legislation to make it harder for workers to engage in industrial action, as the London Underground is again brought to a halt. The mayor called for legislation ensuring at least 50% of union members in a workplace are part of the ballot that decides on industrial… Read more »