British Airways allows female cabin crew to wear trousers

Following a two year dispute over dress code British Airways  has agreed to allow all female cabin crew the right to wear trousers. Established crew members have long been allowed to wear trousers, but the "mixed fleet" of crew were subject to different rules including having to wear a skirt unless exempt on medical or religious grounds.

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