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About 150 NUJ members from all sectors of the media have vowed to support a co-ordinated campaign against job cuts and pay freezes.
The media owners are responsible for the crisis in the industry and they are incapable of providing the solution, the NUJ's Jobs Summit in London today was told.
More than 150 members of the 220-strong NUJ chapel at the Financial Times packed the staff canteen in London to listen to Tony Benn speak today.
Morning Star journalists could walk out next month in the first pay strike at Britain's "daily paper of the left".
Communications regulator Ofcom has let down local communities in its rush to appease ITV, the NUJ says.
Unions are urging UK MPs to give journalists a chance to report more responsibly by refusing unethical instructions from editors.
The NUJ has responded to rumours of the sale of the Evening Standard by saying it shows the need for greater transparency when newspaper titles are bought and sold.
MPs have rallied to support journalists facing pay cuts and job losses at the UK’s biggest newspaper publishing company.
The NUJ has condemned senior management plans to impose a pay freeze across Trinity Mirror.
Ninety years after journalists on national newspapers in England secured one of the first equal pay agreements, the gap between men’s and women’s wages is growing.