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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.
18 July 2018: NUJ says it will fight any compulsory redundancies and said the cuts to Parliamentary programming made no sense in the context of Brexit and the current political landscape.
11 July 2018: The union warns redundancies are looming following a stressful and demoralising year for women pushing for equal pay and real culture change at the corporation.
12 June 2018: After a two-year negotiation unions at the BBC have accepted the deal, but say there is still work to be done.
4 May 2018: NUJ members at the BBC will now get to vote on the proposal
3 May 2018: BBC journalists in London show solidarity with their colleagues
1 May 2018: The reigning impunity for crimes against journalists and the government’s lack of action are key causes of increased violence against the media in Afghanistan
23 April 2018: DM voted for a major campaign to end pay discrinination and the launch of a NUJ Women network.