Members of Britain's Unite union handed out letters to British Airways shareholders before the company's annual meeting on Tuesday. The letters urged the shareholders to stop the dispute, which has been ongoing since November, after British Airways cut cabin crew pay and reduced the number of crew on flights. BA management said that they would win the strike in the end and tried to keep focus on a proposed merger with Spanish airline Iberia. The latest deal on the table includes two years of raises. Members have until July 20 to vote on the offer.