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18 February 2019: Age UK, the National Pensioners Convention and NUJ tell the BBC board that the government must pay for free TV licences for the over-75s.
12 February 2019: This is an important report which charts the demise in public interest journalism, but should Dame Frances have been braver and made Facebook and Google responsible for the news they exploit?
23 January 2019: MPs'committee said the BBC had failed to acknowledge that a pay discrimination problem existed.
Local democracy reporters are improving public interest journalism, but the BBC-funded scheme has some problems
27 November 2018: A NUJ summit of LDRs discussed how getting organised within the union can address collective issues.
20 November 2018: Union calls for an end to the ongoing subsidy as the BBC launches public consultation
25 October 2018: MPs report says lack of transparency over pay had been “unlawful and discriminatory” and cuts at the corporation could compromise quality.
23 August 2018: NUJ responds to Jeremy Corbyn's Alternative MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival
15 August 2018: Michelle Stanistreet says it “poses a significant threat to journalists’ ability to report on criminal trials in future”.
9 August 2018: The National Union of Journalists (NUJ), the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the BBC World Service have jointly reacted to accusations about BBC Persian Service and its journalists.
19 July 2018: The judgement has serious implications for media freedom in the coverage of criminal cases and an appeal warrants broader support from the industry which will be affected by this verdict.