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The judgment on No Stone Unturned case upheld the right of journalists working in the public interest as cases against Barry McCaffrey & Trevor Birney are quashed.
NUJ condemns BAJ for becoming the “bosses’ union of choice” at Iran International to thwart NUJ recognition process
Staff at the broadcaster are now being out under pressure to join the British Association of Journalists, the puppet union.
As the BBC starts charging over-75s for the TV licence, the NUJ says the government must pick up the bill
Michelle Stanistreet said the BBC had taken the only decision possible without inflicting further harm on the organisation.
The owner of the Mirror and Express and the largest local newspapers group is cutting its workforce by 12 per cent.
Staff at Midlands news group to ballot for action over pay, potential job losses and working practices
The editorial staff at Bullivant Media Limited have unanimously voted to ballot for strike action and action short of strike action.
But the union is still lobbying hard for the #ForgottenFreelances who cannot get financial help.
Limiting scrutiny and controlling information during an ongoing health crisis is not a good look, says Michelle Stanistreet.
The corporation has announced that more than 150 jobs are to go In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The union, in its News Recovery Plan, has called for apprenticeships to play a role in providing more diverse routes into journalism.
A survey for Pride month has shown how the pandemic has profoundly affected LGBTQ+ communities with 42 per cent saying they would like support with their mental health.