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NUJ commends Newsnight reporting

27 May 2020: Union condemns BBC response to Newsnight complaints and claims that Emily Maitlis has been replaced on tonight's programme

#ForgottenFreelances: a third say they do not expect their income to improve until next year

12 May 2020: As the government's financial aid package opens (May 13), many freelances have found they are not eligible.

Government must drop TV licence inquiry and support the BBC’s public service broadcasting

2 April 2020: The BBC's future must be sustainable and protected.

Local News Matters - Does it?

13 March 2020: Dominic Blake looks back at 20 years with the BBC

TUC Women’s Conference 2020

9 March 2020: Motions on pay, periods and pregnancy benefits were three of the many issues tackled by women trade unionists.

“Amazing” judgment backs Samira’s equal pay claim

9 March 2020: BBC presenter Samira Ahmed told the TUC Women’s conference how the NUJ won her case when she found a male colleague was paid six times more than her

Hands off Our BBC

5 March 2020: The BBC is in peril. It faces major cuts and is under ideological attack. The BBC must remain a universal service, adhering to its core values, and free from political interference.

LDRs call for a say in the future of the local democracy reporting scheme

3 March 2020: An NUJ summit of local democracy reporters shared experiences and information about the scheme to report on public interest journalism.

Samira Ahmed and BBC reach settlement following tribunal

24 February 2020: The statements says, Samira is a highly valued BBC presenter and now these matters have been concluded we all want to focus on the future. We look forward to continuing to work together to make great programmes for audiences.

Licence inquiry is an "ideologically-motivated act of sabotage" by government, says NUJ

6 February 2020: Any future model of BBC funding must protect public service broadcasting and allow it to flourish, said Michelle Stanistreet.

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