A 10-day strike by 1,400 security officers at London Heathrow Airport started on March 31 after an eleventh-hour attempt to avert the walk-out failed. The Unite trade union said March 30 negotiations with Heathrow management “failed to resolve the current pay dispute” as the airport, which reported a £684 million loss in 2022, “failed to substantially improve its pay offer and was only prepared to offer a lump sum payment as an addition to the current offer”. “Heathrow can afford to pay a decent pay rise to its workers,” said Unite general secretary Sharon Graham, describing it as “a wealthy

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