BA strike: Ban lifted by High Court

| 20/05/2010

(BBC): Fresh BA strikes look set to go ahead next week after a panel of judges overturned a ban on industrial action. BA was granted an injunction on Monday after the High Court ruled that the Unite union had not reported results of its strike ballot correctly to members. Unite’s success means a series of five-day strikes could start on Monday unless an agreement can be found. "We shouldn’t have been in this process," said Unite’s Derek Simpson. BA was "disappointed" with the ruling. "We will implement our contingency plan to keep British Airways flying," the company said in a statement.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Mac, Please lets try and get Virgin airlines flying into Cayman, They are cheaper and more reliable. Also, if you have the choice of paying $1400 to fly UK to Cayman or $770 to fly UK to Jamaica – which would you choose??