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Egbert

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IF "the vast majority", the "73%"; wish to return to normal working, they are free to do so - minus their travel perks now, of course! :wink:

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You could say that the management bully tactics have taken their toll, There are 2 ways to look at this inky :!::wink:

 

awww the poor down-trodden BA cabin crew..... who just so happen to be the best paid in the industry with the best perks in the industry....... you have to feel for them!

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You could say that the management bully tactics have taken their toll, There are 2 ways to look at this inky :!::wink:

 

Or maybe the staff have finally realised that by forcing travellers onto alternative airlines they are achieving very little other than putting the future of their company - and therefore their continued employment - at risk.

 

BA have been managing to fly something like 75% of passengers through the strikes anyway, so they can't be all that well supported when it comes to losing a days pay or a nice all expenses paid stop-over somewhere sunny.

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