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The threat of a strike by workers at six UK airports has been called off after a new pay offer was tabled, the BBC reports.

The Unite union and the airports’ operator BAA agreed a “basis for settlement” following a day of talks.

A strike was threatened at airports including Heathrow, Stansted, Edinburgh and Aberdeen after engineers and other ground staff rejected a pay deal.

Agreement to end the strike threat came after nine hours of talks, but no details of the new offer were released. Source: BBC.

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