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The Times has discovered that misconduct hearings are often surrounded in secrecy and journalists are blocked from getting information.
Report on the National Pensioners’ Convention webinar Connections for All: digital & the right to choose
To mark UN International Day of Older People on Friday 1 October, the National Pensioners’ Convention held a webinar Connections for All: digital & the right to choose’
More women are leaving broadcasting than joining and the representation of disabled people and diversity in senior positions is woeful, according to the UK’s industry watchdog Ofcom.
Tim Davie’s rise – worth £75,000 and taking his pay to £525,000 – is a massive insult to BBC staff who have experienced pay freezes, budget cuts and redundancies.
The deadline to claim for the fifth government Covid-19 aid grant for freelances, the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme, is Thursday 30 September.
Seamus Dooley, assistant general secretary led tributes on behalf of the union to the former MP for Great Grimsby.
The government has failed to act on the disability pay gap and rights on reasonable adjustments.
The NUJ believes the government's proposal to privatise Channel 4 makes no sense and will result in a poorer offering for viewers in terms of news coverage, innovative programming, nurturing UK talent and will damage the thriving indie production sector.
A survey found 68 per cent had been harassed, with one in eight leaving their jobs because of this.