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BA proposed 'a worse' deal

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Thousands of BA cabin crews have begun a three day strike in a dispute over the company's decision to imposes cuts in staffing levels and working conditions.

Claims by Unite that the company is waging war on the union have been rejected by the airline company.

Business correspondent Joe Lynam reports from Heathrow airport, and Unite's national officer of aviation Steve Turner, discusses what the union hopes to achieve from the strikes.

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