Staff across mainland Europe will stage a stoppage on 28 September.
Bourbon, jeans and motorbikes – the EU’s hit list of tariffs on US goods that have just taken effect
The move comes after US President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.
The European proposals would get rid of single-use items like straws, cutlery and cotton buds.
Australia-based Wesfarmers paid £340m for the chain in 2016.
The group is testing the ground after purchasing a minority stake in the carrier.
The iPhone maker will pay more than €30 billion in tax on the repatriation.
But the Government is still fighting the EU ruling that led to the payout.
But the ECJ’s advocate general said Max Schrems can’t take a class action on behalf of others.
The U2 frontman joins the likes of tech giant Apple in having their tax affairs exposed in the documents.
The failure has been described as the largest ever in the UK aviation sector.
Alan Joyce said the bid to operate a 20-hour, non-stop service is the ‘last frontier of global aviation’.
The UK budget airline will operate 100 planes from its offshoot in Vienna.
Backers demanded he step down as CEO as the company faces pressure to reform its culture.
Analysts say the UK is “stepping further into the unknown”.
The decision means all EU states and regional authorities have to clear any trade deal.
Aspen Pharma may have increased the costs of ‘irreplaceable’ treatments by up to 1,500%.
It was carrying a payload for the US agency that makes spy satellites.
A Shanghai startup incubator is working on sustainable foods for the nation of one billion.
But the plan could face stiff opposition in Congress.
The goal is part of its ‘urban aviation’ plans – which it says are a natural next step in transport.