Members of Unite voted massively in favour of industrial action earlier this week / PA

Leaders of British Airways cabin crew continued to hold back from naming strike dates today as talks went on to try to resolve a long-running row over jobs and conditions.

Members of Unite voted massively in favour of industrial action earlier this week, but the union is continuing with negotiations in a bid to avert a walkout.



Union officials today unanimously backed the work of their negotiating team attempting to resolve the current dispute.



Assistant general secretary Len McCluskey said: "Only negotiation, not intimidation or litigation, can keep BA flying."

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