British Airways boss 'tries to gag staff' over IT failure which hit 300,000 passengers after 'inexperienced staff outsourced to India didn't know to launch back up system'

The Sun reports:
THE British Airways boss is alleged to have tried to "gag staff" over the IT meltdown which hit 300,000 passengers - as inexperienced staff in India didn't know how to launch the back up system, it has been claimed. The airline's check-in and operational systems crashed on Saturday and saw thousands of people trying to travel on Bank Holiday weekend left stranded. And boss Alex Cruz has been blamed for the disaster, but it is now claimed he tried to stop staff talking about the problems experienced after outsourcing staff to India.
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