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NUJ BBC ballot starts now

7 August 2014: The NUJ and sister unions have started to ballot members across the corporation on the same day an employment tribunal found the BBC's former technology chief was unfairly dismissed.

BBC to cut a further 415 posts in news – but then creates 195 new roles

17 July 2014: The plan has been cited as yet another example of cronyism under James Harding, the corporation's director of news and current affairs.

Advertising on the World Service must be stopped

12 February 2014: NUJ condemns plans by BBC to carry advertising and sponsored content on the World Service.

NUJ calls for support for BBC Pakistan journalists

26 June 2013: Nine reporters working for the BBC in Pakistan are due to lose their jobs today.

BBC NUJ members balloted to vote for industrial action over compulsory job cuts

16 November 2012: BBC NUJ journalists are being balloted to take industrial action over compulsory job cuts at the Asian Network by December 31 and at BBC Scotland, BBC News and the World Service next year.

BBC World Service cuts are 'terrible assault on a much-loved institution'

18 October 2012: The NUJ has urged George Entwistle not to make the same mistakes as his predecessor.

BBC Ceefax founder Colin McIntyre dies aged 85

19 June 2012: In both voice and appearance, Colin McIntyre, who died on May 17, 2012, aged 85, often reminded you of former Tory Chancellor Sir Geoffrey Howe.

Leveson: Hunt should tell truth about BBC deal

16 May 2012: Culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, should come clean on the behind-closed-doors deal which led to 20 per cent cuts to the BBC, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said.

‘Worse than Birt’: BBC management under fire

7 December 2011: Mark Thompson and BBC management have been accused of damaging the future of the corporation by agreeing to the licence fee deal.

BBC's 'best journalism in the world' at risk

6 October 2011: BBC management outlined cuts this morning that risk irreparable damage to what they described as "the best journalism in the world."

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