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BBC strike ballot starts

4 November 2011: The NUJ ballot for industrial action at the BBC has started in response to the broadcaster’s plans to axe thousands of jobs.

BBC unions to ballot as management rejects proposals

25 October 2011: The NUJ has written to all its BBC members, warning them the corporation intends to press ahead with redundancies and service cuts.

NUJ members at LexisNexis name days for strike action

9 August 2011: NUJ members at LexisNexis met on Monday in the wake of their decisive industrial action ballot result.

NUJ members at LexisNexis vote for strike action

5 August 2011: NUJ members in the editorial teams at LexisNexis voted strongly in favour of strike action in response to the current pay dispute.

Massive vote for action at South Yorkshire Newspapers

7 July 2011: NUJ members at South Yorkshire Newspapers have voted 100 per cent in favour of strike action in response to threatened editorial redundancies.

Editor reveals job cuts on front page … including his own

23 June 2011: The editor of the South Yorkshire Times has put details of journalist job cuts on the front page of the newspaper this week.

Shropshire Newspapers to ballot for strike action

9 June 2011: Journalists at Shropshire Newspapers have voted unanimously to ballot for strike action in a dispute over redundancies.

Massive strike vote by journalists at Newsquest South London

3 June 2011: Journalists at Newsquest in South London have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action in their campaign to defend jobs and local quality journalism.

Tindle journalists in North London hold new strike ballot

3 June 2011: Journalists at Tindle newspapers in North London are holding a fresh ballot on industrial action in their dispute with the company over failure to maintain adequate staffing levels.

Newsquest South London threatens sports and leisure posts

31 May 2011: An entire Newsquest London sports and leisure department of eight journalists is being threatened with redundancy by the company.

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