Should I take this to the agency or forget it?

I had an intercontinental BA flight cancelled for a strike (you may be aware of it, as it happened last September) and BA refused to pay any compensation because they say they warned everyone 14 days before the accident.
This was not my case though, as while BA may have warned my agency (Travel Up), Travel Up warned me only two days before the departure.
They have been super good to find an alternative without make me spend any extra money, but I am not sure if I should claim anyway for a compensation due to the disruption (after all I had to take a connection flight instead of the initial direct one), or forget it. Thoughts?


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