BA strike didn’t end with the negotiation, rather it has torched again as Mr. Tony Woodley, the head of the Transport and General Workers’ Union, is accused by the British Airways Stewards and Stewardesses Association (Bassa), a branch of the T&G, to fail to extract sufficient concessions from the airline’s management. Mr. Woodley had been due to appear before a mass meeting of cabin crew at a hotel near Heathrow to defend the settlement. Strike was ended a week before which was led by Mr. Woodley personally with BA’s chief executive, Willie Walsh, although the deal was accepted only after a vote by the nine strong Bassa branch committee voted majority 6-3 to accept the deal. Although Bassa carrying a hue and cry against Woodley, but the branch secretary, Duncan Holley defended the decision and shows his resentment to Bassa’s 11,000 members, via an e-mail I cannot now accept or tolerate the abuse that is being handed out towards them on the forum I have worked with Mike [Conroy] for 10 years now and he has fought with all his might to protect you the membership. His position has put him in the forefront and he is now being villified publicly for having the courage of his convictions. You might not agree, but you simply must not him or his family A spokesman for the T&G said: The deal was the best that could be achieved by negotiation. If that sort of offer had been on the table after a strike, we would have accepted it The latest agitation against the negotiation among cabin crew may be an indicator of further industrial unrest to come. Labor dispute already caused to slump the BA’s quarterly profit as company lost $158million because of cancellations of flight due to strike.