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The NUJ will close for the Christmas and New Year break at close of business on Friday 22 December. We will reopen the London and Irish offices on Tuesday 2 January and the Scottish office on Wednesday 3 January.
NUJ welcomes decision allowing former BBC journalists in Afghanistan to have their cases considered under government’s relocation scheme.
The NUJ will close for the Christmas and New Year break at close of business on Friday 23 December. We will reopen the London and Irish offices on Tuesday 3 January and the Scottish office on Wednesday 4 January.
The union is part of a challenge to the public sector £95,000 cap, which compromised equal pay settlements and undermined collective pay and conditions terms.
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.
Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey have inspired support and solidarity, congratulations on their final settlement agreed today.
Harsher legal penalties should be considered for individuals who repeatedly threaten or attack journalists.
Michelle Stanistreet said: “Many NUJ members who read this Equality and Human Rights Commission report will feel it doesn’t address their lived experiences."
Union asks the inquiry to confirm or deny if undercover policing units and agents were put into media organisations and the NUJ.
Stella Creasy’s bill would allow women to compare their pay to male colleagues and require companies to act to end the gender pay gap.