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The corporation has disclosed it paid more than £1 million to external barristers and solicitors to deal with tribunal claims brought by staff in equal pay and race discrimination cases.
If your work been published in a book, magazine or on TV you are probably eligible for Payback royalties.
The Public Accounts Committee has given HMRC six weeks to explain why so many of the self-employed have not received a penny of Covid-19 government aid.
The National Audit Office said the corporation needed a strategic plan as it faces an uncertain financial future
The Federation of Entertainment Unions is deeply disturbed to hear that proposals for special travel rights for the creative workforce were turned down during Brexit negotiations.
On the eve of the ruling in Julian Assange’s extradition case, the NUJ calls on the UK government to make a clear statement that the prosecution of Julian Assange would be grievously damaging to media freedom.
Michelle Stanistreet, said: “News of today’s sale of JPI Media brings an end to the uncertainty that has hovered over the company’s future for some years." She will be seeking an early meeting with the new management team on behalf of NUJ chapels recognised across the group.
Applications are open for a third taxable grant, while the union battles on for redress for those still not included.
The Digital Markets Unit will be set up “to oversee a pro-competition regime for digital platforms, including those funded by digital advertising”.
NUJ backs peers recommendations, but calls for a bolder response and levy on tech giants to fund innovation and greater media plurality.