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BA cabin crew reject latest pay offer

British Airways cabin crew have rejected the airline's latest "final" pay offer by 3,419 votes to 1,686.

Unite Joint General Secretary Tony Woodley said the result should be seen as a "wake-up call" to BA chief Willie Walsh.

Almost half the 11,000 affected Unite union members voted on BA's offer of a 2.9% pay rise next year with 3% the year after.

The no vote raises the prospect of possible new strikes, as union leaders meet to decide their next move.

  • 20 Jul 2010