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19 August 2015: Head of radio Helen Boaden attacks NUJ strikers as messages of support flood in.
12 August 2015: Staff to follow up a silent protest with a 24-hour strike over the corporation's decision to axe one of its two Birmingham-based editor roles and move the Bobby Friction show to London.
5 August 2015: The chair of the FA backed calls by the union to stop clubs from banning reporters, as Rangers barred BBC and Times and Herald writer.
22 July 2015: The union believes the deal which shifts the payment of free TV licences for those aged 75 and over from the Department for Work and Pensions to the corporation is legally flawed.
16 July 2015: The BBC's role is under threat of being reduced to providing core services – fulfilling the roles and programming the commercial sector is not interested in.
9 July 2015: The Trade Union Co-ordinating Group responds to the attack on services and living standards.
6 July 2015: The NUJ has expressed disbelief that the BBC management has caved in to the government in yet another shabby, backdoor deal.
6 July 2015: Chancellor's move to make the BBC pick up the up tab for free TV licences for over-75s is a "cheap shot".
2 July 2015: Tony Hall, BBC director general, said the jobs, mainly management and support, will go following a £150m short-fall in licence fee revenue.
1 July 2015: BBC's James Gallagher and Rachael Buchanan were winners of the Stephen White award for the best communication of science stories.