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NUJ calls for ‘pause and engage’ on BBC Local cuts 

Following a grilling of BBC director general Tim Davie at the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee, in which he revealed no formal consultation had taken place over cuts to BBC local radio, the NUJ is calling for the corporation to “pause and engage” over the unpopular cuts.

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NUJ members at the BBC call time on BBC Chair  

NUJ members working for the BBC say its chairman, Richard Sharp, must immediately resign for failing to disclose his role as a go-between for a loan to the then Prime Minister at a time when Sharp was applying for the corporation’s top job.

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NUJ welcomes MPs’ call for Journalism Fund

The quality and coverage of local news will continue to decline, damaging democracy, without new support from the government, a cross-party committee of MPs has reported.

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BBC “defended the indefensible” by spending more than £1m fighting discrimination cases

The corporation has disclosed it paid more than £1 million to external barristers and solicitors to deal with tribunal claims brought by staff in equal pay and race discrimination cases.

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NUJ backs MPs' call for a fair procedure in choosing next BBC board chair

Any recruitment process needs to make sure it attracts and appoints the very best candidates; not just friends of the Prime Minister.

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Former media and culture committee chair and South east MPs ask broadcasting watchdog to check BBC cuts

Damian Collins, former chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, has sent a letter signed by other MPs to Ofcom over concerns about cuts to regional BBC programming in England.

NUJ response to the DCMS committee inquiry into the impact of Covid-19 on DCMS sectors

NUJ briefing to the Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee's inquiry into Covid-19 on the industry, May 2020.

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NUJ submission to the DCMS Committee’s call for evidence on changes proposed by the BBC to its TV licence fee for those over 75

The BBC should never have accepted the deal foisted on it by the Treasury, which would have cost it £1bn by the end of the charter period.

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