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The UK court of appeal has decided to lift an injuction on British Airways cabin crew, allowing them to take strike action after they voted overwhelmingly to do.
Angry Trinity Mirror shareholders at the group's annual meeting in London condemned attempts by company bosses to silence criticism of exorbitant executive pay deals.
Journalists bombarded directors of the Johnston Press Group with tough questions at the company's annual shareholders' meeting in Edinburgh.
Johnston Press has cut its journalists’ holidays and pay because they have been unable to get back to work due to the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud.
The NUJ has condemned Johnston Press's announcement that its final-salary pension scheme will close at the end of June.
The latest exorbitant salary award in the publishing industry – this time to Trinity Mirror chief executive, Sly Bailey, – has been described by the NUJ as "a bloody disgrace".
Five former Labour ministers and a senior Tory MP are now among those accused of offering to lobby to change government policy in return for payments of thousands of pounds a day.
Journalists at publishers, Penguin and Dorling Kindersley/DK, will be delighted that Pearson's chief executive, Dame Marjorie Scardino, enjoyed a 13 per cent rise last year, the NUJ says.
A new TUC website aims to help young people working as interns to find out their rights – one in three interns are not being paid for their work, despite qualifying for the national minimum wage.
A new editor has brought the first major change of style and design to the NUJ publication The Journalist since it went from newspaper to magazine style 17 years ago.