FOLLOWING THE latest round of talks, representatives of British Airways’ cabin crew union have agreed to call off their dispute with the airline and put a new deal to a ballot of its members. The decision, taken at a mass meeting of Unite members, effectively means the end of the long-running row, which started in October 2009 – but is still subject to ratification. There is now a proposal to restore travel concessions and resolve other differences – this will be put to the union’s members and a result is expected by the end of June. The concessions will be reinstated immediately after the ballot. A row over disciplinary action taken against other Unite members will be resolved by referring their individual cases to a third party.