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Jobs are to go on the Brighton Argus and on titles produced in Colwyn Bay and Sutton.
The corporation is throwing Radio 4's The World Tonight "under a bus" with its plans to merge it with the World Service's Newshour.
Journalists are deeply concerned by far right attempts to silence the media
The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s suspicion that some women at the BBC have not received equal pay is, in the NUJ’s view, a fact, says Michelle Stanistreet.
The NUJ’s proposal seeking to redress the gender imbalance in photography and videography was unanimously carried.
Union calls for action against the perpetrators for inciting violence
The NUJ’s 60+council joined pensioners’ groups and trade unionists outside the offices of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to protest against the threat of the over-75s losing their free TV licences.
The Guardian columnist on how bad journalists are at predicting events and writing about "black stuff".
Age UK, the National Pensioners Convention and NUJ tell the BBC board that the government must pay for free TV licences for the over-75s.
The NUJ and Bectu,unions which represent BBC staff, have roundly condemned Tommy Robinson and his fellow, far-right thugs who have planned a demonstration at Salford Quay on Saturday 23 February.