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Talks between NUJ reps and Financial Times management have failed to reach a resolution to the current dispute on pay.
Journalists at the Financial Times have called on the Marjorie Scardino to intervene to help avert a strike at the newspaper.
Journalists on the Financial Times (FT) have voted by three to one to take strike action over their 2012 pay claim.
The Financial Times is being taken to an employment tribunal to face accusations of race discrimination against employees of FT Chinese, the Chinese version of the Financial Times online.
A pay deal has been agreed between the Guardian and NUJ that will give journalists a 3 per cent rise for each year 2011 and 2012.
Two eminent QCs, Geoffrey Robertson and John Hendy, are working with the NUJ on a range of legal measures to challenge the actions of News Corp's Management and Standards Committee, which has handed over journalists' material to the police.
The NUJ has called for all journalists at the Sun and elsewhere in News International who have been betrayed by their management to get in touch with the union.
Press freedom is being severely undermined by the heavy-handed action of the police conducting dawn raids on journalists' homes, the NUJ has warned.
The NUJ has welcomed the Guardian editor-in-chief's decision to reduce his pay and benefits.
Journalists at Thomson Reuters have agreed to a 48-hour strike – the first in more than 25 years – after being awarded a below-inflation pay deal.