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British Airways suffered its biggest post-privatisation losses in the last 12 months
‘Catastrophic breakdown’ in BA strike talks

By staff British Airways (BA) passengers face unavoidable disruption after the Unite union ruled out further talks before tomorrow’s strikes begin. Unite joint general secretary Tony Woodley was quoted as saying there had been a “catastrophic breakdown” in relations between the negotiating teams as the first strike approached. Yesterday’s talks broke down early after… Read more »

The BA strikes are now likely to go ahead
BA strike to begin on Monday

By staff British Airways (BA) cabin crew will go on strike for five days starting on Monday. The new strike dates come after the Unite union won its battle against a high court injunction preventing cabin crew from going on strike. The decision followed three days of consideration by three of Britain’s top judges… Read more »