Unite, the union that represents British Airways’ Heathrow-based cabin crewmembers hired since 2010, is upping the ante for its “second wave” of strike actions. It is planning a 72-hour strike starting at 00:01 a.m. on Jan. 19, following up on the two-day strike on Jan. 10-11, which Unite said was “strongly supported.”
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