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18 August 2016: The BBC is rated highly in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but a report raises questions over the future of non-English programming and whether the devolved governments are being held to account.
2 August 2016: The union also shared the select committee's concerns over the appointment of Rona Fairhead, the chair of the discredited BBC Trust.
26 July 2016: The BBC has offered 1 per cent, with an increase of no less than £400.
14 July 2016: Tony Hall, BBC director general, told staff that the News Channel will not be closed or merged, but both channels will have to find significant savings.
8 July 2016: The first meeting of the new Black Members' Council discussed repercussions of Brexit, diverstiy in the BBC and recuitment of more BAME members.
7 July 2016: Staff say the rota changes require them to work significantly more hours, which they say could cause health problems.
5 July 2016: £4m cuts will mean 98 jobs to go at BBC Monitoring which surveys the world’s broadcast and print media from 150 countries in 100 languages.
4 July 2016: Many at the station who work anti-social, irregular and night shifts say the BBC is reneging on an agreement which will now require them to work significantly more hours.
28 June 2016: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary congratulates the staff at the World Service for their high professional standards and hard work recognised in the latest the National Audit Office report.
15 June 2016: MPs, peers and even Black Rod were given details of the unfair treatment of BBC journalists working on the Parliament Channel on the picket line during their 24-hour strike.