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BA and union agree to end dispute

British Airways and the Unite union have reached an agreement to settle their long-running industrial dispute.

The union said BA had agreed to restore travel concessions to staff who went on strike and award a two-year pay deal worth up to 7.5%.

Pay and perks were at the centre of the bitter dispute which has lasted for almost two years and involved 22 days of strikes.

Many cabin crew celebrated the news that the dispute may finally be over

The agreement will now be put to a ballot of about 10,000 union members.

Under the pay deal, staff will get up to a 4% rise this year and 3.5% next year. The awards are linked to proposed productivity changes, but the exact details are not known at this stage.

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BA and union agree to end dispute

British Airways and the Unite union have reached an agreement to settle their long-running industrial dispute.

The union said BA had agreed to restore travel concessions to staff who went on strike and award a two-year pay deal worth up to 7.5%.

Pay and perks were at the centre of the bitter dispute which has lasted for almost two years and involved 22 days of strikes.

Many cabin crew celebrated the news that the dispute may finally be over

The agreement will now be put to a ballot of about 10,000 union members.

Under the pay deal, staff will get up to a 4% rise this year and 3.5% next year. The awards are linked to proposed productivity changes, but the exact details are not known at this stage.

so the dispute wasnt about disrespect and low moral after all.

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4% is a wage cut in real terms.

So that's productivity improvements rewarded with wages cuts.

Nasty.

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