The union representing British Airways cabin crew is set to move “swiftly” towards a fresh ballot after its planned 12-day Christmas strike was ruled unlawful, officials announced.
The High Court hearing to decide whether British Airways should have an injunction preventing a series of crippling Christmas strikes by thousands of cabin crew has resumed.
A lack of business travellers is continuing to affect tourism figures both to and from the UK, it has been revealed.
A leading rail union is due to stage protests at railway stations across the country as part of a campaign over threatened maintenance job losses.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has put himself on a collision course with the Government over Tube costs.
More than a million passengers face Christmas travel misery after British Airways cabin crew announced a 12-day strike in a bitter row over jobs, pay and working conditions.
Thousands of British Airways cabin crew have started voting on whether to launch a pre-Christmas strike in protest at “far-reaching” changes to working practices.
Congestion on major roads increased 11% last month compared with October 2008, according to figures from Trafficmaster.
British Airways cabin crew have launched legal action against changes which they say will harm the health and well-being of both staff and passengers.
British Airways is planning to slash the pay of cabin crew joining the airline by several thousand pounds a year under drastic moves to cut costs, which has sparked a strike threat, it has been claimed.