British union rejects Rolls-Royce's latest pay offer

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LONDON (Reuters) - Workers' union Unite on Tuesday rejected aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce's latest pay offer, which included a 2000-pound ($2,455) cash lump sum to much of its British workforce, saying it still fell short of expectations.

"The revised offer still falls a long way short of the cost of living crisis claim submitted by our members and their expectations," a Unite spokesperson said via email. "Unite senior reps are in discussions to decide next steps."

($1 = 0.8147 pounds)

(Reporting by Sachin Ravikumar; editing by William James)

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