CAMPAIGNERS will take an open-top bus through three constituencies near Heathrow, including that of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as calls grow for BA to be stripped of some of its landing and take-off slots.

Unions say BA staff are being bullied into either taking redundancy or reapplying for their jobs on reduced terms and conditions.

The bus will travel through the constituencies of Boris Johnson (Uxbridge and South Ruislip), Kwasi Kwarteng (Spelthorne) and David Simmonds (Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner). 

Unite executive officer Sharon Graham said: "Unite will continue to fight for every job and to oppose BA's fire & rehire plans. 

"There must be consequences to BA's actions.  MPs from across the political parties have signed up to the pledge to redistribute its lucrative landing slots.

“More than 200 MPs have signed the pledge and it’s time these senior MPs, including the Prime Minister, show where they stand."