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NUJ condemns move by Newsquest and warns members will resist at every turn.
The government-imposed saving of £1bn this year is already leading to more repeats and further cuts are planned for next year.
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.
BBC local radio journalists are deeply concerned that a restructure of jobs will result in hard and investigative news being played down in favour of "fluffy" stories and more music.
The NUJ has expressed alarm at the imposition of another round of cuts by Iconic Newspapers, the company controlled by UK businessman Malcolm Denmark.
Michelle Stanistreet, actor Michael Sheen, minister Lee Waters, ITV Cymru Wales' Louise Elliott and Nation.Cymru editor Ifan Morgan Jones discuss a News Recovery plan for Wales.
Summary of the proposals for the Welsh government from the NUJ's News Recovery Plan.
Writers, journalists, musicians, artists and other creative workers discuss how the pandemic has affected their work and why it's important to have a union to support you.
As Northern Ireland comes to grips with the damage wrought by the Covid-19 crisis, the National Union of Journalists, UK and Ireland, is calling for a strategic initiative to rescue the media so that it may continue the vital role it has played on a daily basis during this unprecedented period of social and economic uncertainty.
Join the campaign to get the government to reverse its decision to scrap the English Union Learning Fund, which, each year, supports around 200,000 workers with skills training and career development.