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5 April 2011: Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.
18 March 2011: The campaign against the BBC World Service cuts has been boosted by a parliamentary public meeting and the launch of a new campaign video.
9 March 2011: British tourists and workers abroad hoping to keep up with news at home whilst on the continent this summer can forget about it, the NUJ has advised.
4 March 2011: Another voice of independent news and information has been silenced with the closure of the BBC World Service's Macedonia division.
24 February 2011: The axe will fall on vital BBC World Service transmissions this week as a result of government funding cuts.
15 February 2011: The BBC has announced job cuts in its current affairs department.
1 February 2011: The Mubarak regime's blackout of internet services in Egypt underlines the importance of protecting the BBC World Service from savage cuts which would deny balanced reporting to people across the globe, the NUJ says.
1 February 2011: The government's strategy of promoting democratic values and international human rights while inflicting deadly cuts on the BBC World Service would baffle observers across the globe, the NUJ said.
31 January 2011: BBC World Service journalists have welcomed the decision of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee to hold an inquiry into planned cuts in jobs and services at the internationally-respected broadcaster.
25 January 2011: The NUJ has reacted angrily to the announcement that more than 600 jobs and important international services are to be axed as a result of government cuts to BBC World Service funding.