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‘To fly, to starve’ – BA cabin crew deserve better | Letter

Published on Monday 13th of March 2017 05:38:47 PM in Guardian

As academics with an interest in employment relations we wrote to the Guardian seven years ago (Letters, 25 March 2010) protesting at British Airways’ imposition of lesser pay and conditions for its cabin crew, and the apparent desire of its CEO, Willie Walsh, to break their ...

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