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Thomas Cook cabin staff vote to strike over health and safety concerns
Thomas Cook cabin crew have voted by 3-1 in favour of a strike in a row over health and safety. Members of the Unite union backed walkouts by 74 per cent in a turnout of just over half, with one travel expert warning a strike could affect the 'hard ...
Thomas Cook Cabin Crew Back Strike Action  
Thomas Cook cabin crew vote to strike  
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