Air Strike is back online

Regular readers of Air Strike will have noted the recent state of hibernation the blog has entered into.

We are pleased to announce this is coming to an end. With the departure of Willie Walsh to AIG and the company reporting a return to profitability we believe a new chapter is opening up for industrial struggles at British Airways. Of course this does not mean that managements drive to erode working conditions and trade union rights is at an end, far from it. It does, however, indicate that new developments are in the offing.

Air Strike will once again be updated more regularly to cover these events. To bridge the gap between posts we will publish material the Socialist Party has carried recently. The first article will deal with the anti-trade union laws and the second is a brief commentary on the proposed deal to resolve the cabin crew dispute. Finally we will carry a more up to date post on the prospects of the deal gaining acceptance from cabin crew.

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