Hopes rise for BA crew peace deal
Hopes of an end to the long running British Airways cabin crew dispute have risen after union leaders held back from calling fresh strikes to allow peace talks to continue.
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Since: Sep 08
#1 Apr 15, 2011
At least one of these parties is likely thankful it doesn't have to negotiate under the rules of the RLA (Railway Labor Act).
The other party wishes the RLA was law in Great Britain.
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