BA AND UNITE TOO BUSY TO ARRANGE TALKS

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP January 27, 2011 17:00

BA AND UNITE TOO BUSY TO ARRANGE TALKS

The UK conciliation service Acas has sated it was finding it difficult to get British Airways management and the Unite union to agree on a time for talks. A date is hoped to be set for sometime next week.

Meanwhile a UK newspaper revealed that the Unite leader Len McCluskey has written to the general secretary of the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) Jim McAuslan requesting that pilots block BA’s strike-breaking plans by refusing to carry out cabin crew duties as many did in the past. Balpa stated that it remains impartial in the dispute.

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