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As England starts a month-long lockdown from Thursday 5 November, the NUJ is reminding photographers and videographers of their rights when working.
Join the campaign to get the government to reverse its decision to scrap the English Union Learning Fund which each year supports around 200,000 workers with skills training and career development.
BBC reps call for director general to streamline management rather than cutting programme makers’ jobs
While huge cuts to journalists' jobs have been proposed in England, at least 15 senior managers could be earning more than £150,000.
Former media and culture committee chair and South east MPs ask broadcasting watchdog to check BBC cuts
Damian Collins, former chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, has sent a letter signed by other MPs, to the broadcasting watchdog over concerns about cuts to regional BBC programming in England.
TUC outlines set of measures that must be taken by all employers, and presses government for improvements on sick pay and flexible working
Michelle Stanistreet said the cuts will have an impact on the BBC’s ability to sustain the breadth and depth of news coverage throughout England which truly reflects the diversity of the nation.
More than 100 personalities, from journalism, the arts, sciences and politics have written to BBC management in defence of Inside Out and the regional Sunday politics programmes under threat of cuts.
Regional current affairs show Inside Out and local Sunday Politics programmes look to be victims of proposed BBC cuts.
Midland News Association proposes to cut more than 20 per cent of entire workforce
Further staff cuts have been announced in Wiltshire and Oxford