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10 June 2019: New free licence deal for over-75s will cost the corporation an extra £250m a year, with 3.7m now having to pay.
29 April 2019: Following the murder of Lyra McKee, the NUJ will pay tribute to her life and work at this event to mark World Press Freedom Day and discuss the challenges facing journalists and press freedom throughout the world.
27 March 2019: The corporation is throwing Radio 4's The World Tonight "under a bus" with its plans to merge it with the World Service's Newshour.
14 March 2019: The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a resolution criticising Iran’s treatment of journalists
14 March 2019: Professor Rehman raised concerns about the ongoing, collective criminal investigation and asset-freeze affecting BBC journalists in London and their families in Iran
12 March 2019: The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s suspicion that some women at the BBC have not received equal pay is, in the NUJ’s view, a fact, says Michelle Stanistreet.
7 March 2019: The NUJ’s 60+council joined pensioners’ groups and trade unionists outside the offices of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to protest against the threat of the over-75s losing their free TV licences.
4 March 2019: This event is an opportunity for NUJ reps and officials to get together to share knowledge and expertise, network and discuss the issues facing members in the industry.
1 March 2019: Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted? The NUJ hosts an event for media literacy week.
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.