British Airways cabin crew vote for strike, but no date set, and negotiations still in play

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Insurance brokers will receive a flurry of calls as 81% of British Airways' cabin crew Unite members voted for strike action over changes to pay and employment conditions

BA must be given seven days notice of the strike and cabin crew have promised not to strike over Easter. However, there is still hope for travellers as union Unite are still in negotiations with BA. The earliest date they can strike is 1 March.

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