Union goes to British Airways investors to stop job, pay cuts
Friday, 26 June 2020 ()
London — The trade union battling British Airways (BA) has met investors in its parent company IAG, seeking to ramp up pressure on the airline over plans to cut staff, pay and conditions. BA plans to cut 12,000 staff, or more than a quarter of its workforce, to tackle the coronavirus...
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