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The NUJ chapel at the Financial Times has voted decisively to ballot for industrial action.
Journalists at Thomson Reuters are to ballot for industrial action in response to an "insulting" below-inflation pay offer.
News International has announced plans to cut 150 editorial posts at The Times and Sunday Times.
The Metropolitan Police have announced the withdrawal of attempts to seize source materials from Guardian journalists relating to the phone hacking scandal using the Official Secrets Act.
The Metropolitan police want to use the Official Secrets Act to force Guardian reporters to disclose their phone-hacking sources.
The Wapping exhibition moves back to London from 9 January until 29 February.
The Guardian's special investigations correspondent Amelia Hill has been questioned under caution by police investigating leaks from the Metropolitan Police phone-hacking probe Operation Weeting.
The NUJ has condemned attacks on journalists during the EDL protest in London on Saturday and the union has offered support and assistance to journalists who were abused.
The NUJ has demanded that journalists be allowed to do their job without being harassed or threatened during the demonstrations in London on Saturday 3 September.
NUJ members at LexisNexis met on Monday in the wake of their decisive industrial action ballot result.