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2 September 2020
It's "nepotism not journalism" said one picket. The Bullivant Media National Union of Journalists (NUJ) chapel (branch) were out on their first ever strike on 25-26 August, opposing compulsory redundancies,
26 February 2020
The BBC plans to scrap over 500 news jobs.Targets include reductions at Newsnight and 5 Live, but cutbacks will hit the whole division.
5 February 2020
BBC top management have announced that 500 journalists' jobs are to go. This is a direct attack on the National Union of Journalists (NUJ). BBC journalists are the largest single group in the union.
1 May 2019
On 28 April Waltham Forest Trade Union Council hosted two important events in Abbotts Park in Leyton, east London
24 April 2019
Trade union movement must act: A mass, trade union-led campaign must oppose both the repression and the dire social conditions which drive young people into armed groups
12 December 2018
The murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi has brought into horrifying focus the dangers faced by reporters throughout the world.
25 April 2018
NUJ conference 2018: Against strong opposition from the NEC, and misinformation, the political fund motion fell - but with a significant minority in favour, the issue will not go away
2 November 2016
NUJ members working for Newsquest in South London were out on strike again on 25 October after voting to extend their strike by another five days. It is over a newsroom restructure that will result in 12 reporters covering news, sport and leisure across eleven newspapers and eight websites under a single content editor.
19 October 2016
National Union of Journalists members at local daily papers published by Newsquest in the south of England have taken five days of industrial action against the company, beginning on 13 October. The source of the dispute is cuts to staffing, which have already prompted seven reporters to resign.
23 March 2016
Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Teachers strike again in Scotland, Lambeth library workers walk out against closures, 250 jobs to go at the Guardian newspaper.
24 February 2016
Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. National FE college strike; construction workers protest against employers breaking pay agreements; Independent newspaper to close.
3 February 2016
FT dispute: Journalists at the Financial Times will be taking 24-hour strike action on 4 February over the £4 million pensions robbery proposed by new owner, Nikkei
25 November 2015
Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Derbyshire college strikes, BBC cuts protest, junior doctors' ballot results.
20 May 2015
ITV production staff in the Bectu, NUJ and Unite unions took national strike action over pay on 14 May
26 February 2014
Defending Mark Harding: Around 50 RMT members and supporters turned up to protest outside Hammersmith tube station on 25 February
19 February 2014
Striking NUJ members took to the picket lines on Tuesday 18th February at three Newsquest titles in the North East
3 April 2013
Thera East Midlands: Joe Warner, the (now former) managing director of Thera East Midlands has resigned. Unison members who are in dispute with the company had been wondering where he was!
20 March 2013
Members of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) and Bectu at the BBC have voted in favour of strike action in a dispute over job cuts...
18 February 2013
Pickets were out early in Southampton as part of a national strike at the BBC over compulsory redundancies
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