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Not a happy bunny Stephanie Oxford Neither would I be I would suggest that Candy Corn Unicorn Halloween Shirt the pilots want a share of the profits of BA that they buy some shares in I AG. Peter Corner if they want more money they should change their job not take it out on the passengers. Mike Davies I can tell you with 100% certainty BA pilots do not earn 167k+.
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BrMartin Bryant Martin Bryant go get a better paid job, that’s how life works didn’t you know. But this Candy Corn Unicorn Halloween Shirt an argument over £200,000 not being a decent improvement from £167,000 over a 3-year period. Give a few percent pay rise to the other staff but not share profits with pilots.
Peter Corner maybe those common folk should have had better ideas so that Candy Corn Unicorn Halloween Shirt could have started their own companies and become billionaires. If BA cared for passengers and pilots they would have paid the less than £10m demand job done. I am more concerned over the damage it can cause especially at this critical period of Brexit.
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He loves the Candy Corn Unicorn Halloween Shirt it’s a way of life as he puts it. Oh dear there is no helping some people Peter Corner I never once have asked my employers for a share of their company. It’s the people, who pay for the tickets, who will pay for the extra wages.
Never forget that Candy Corn Unicorn Halloween Shirt the employees that depend on the employers, not the other way round. Whatever you’ve accepted as a salary, if you then don’t turn up for work without a valid reason or sick note, you’re liable to be sacked, end of. I think they could lose a lot of customers as a result of this Peter Corner I don’t agree.