Unite suspends ballot on cabin crew deal

In a dramatic turn of events Unite the union has called off the current ballot on the latest deal to resolve the dispute between management and cabin crew.

This may well be due to it’s rejection by senior union reps of BASSA and Amicus Cabin Crew. In a brief statement joint General Secretary Tony Woodley said the union was unwilling to present the deal over the heads of “unwilling representatives”

“Under these circumstances I have suspended the ballot on the offer and will meet with all of our cabin crew representatives as a matter of urgency to consider the next steps.”

Air Strike will carry a longer article analysing this development shortly.


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