Indeed – it doesn’t take me to set out out what has been achieved by BASSA. Tony Woodley – the General Secretary of Unite – sets this out very clearly himself:
Interesting interview with Tony Woodley, starts at 09:36:
– “original dispute well since over”
– “5,500-6,000 who lost travel” = an admission that the number who took industrial action was nowhere near the 7,000 repeatedly claimed by Duncan Holley/BASSA. BA still claims it was 4,500 at most, and this wooly approach to key statistics would back that claim up.
– 22 days of strike action “achiev[ed] nothing in my view”