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NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen resumed their strike today.
NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen will strike for three days next week.
NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action to support their pay claim.
Potential industrial action at The Press in York has been suspended for last-minute talks on multimedia working and pensions.
Tougher laws on wages are due to be debated in the House of Lords.
The National Union of Journalists has paid tribute to the 171 journalists who were killed because of their profession in 2007.
NUJ general secretary, Jeremy Dear, has signed a commitment to promote greener, more environmentally friendly workplaces and to encourage employers to take climate change issues seriously.
Employers are putting quality journalism under threat by failing to invest in the journalists who staff their multi-media newsrooms.
The seventh annual Claudia Jones memorial lecture given by educator, author and award-winning broadcaster, Dr Robert Beckford, at London City Hall.
Two NUJ chapels are preparing to ballot for industrial action over plans by Newsquest’s Scrooge-like bosses to increase employee contributions to its pension scheme.