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7 February 2018: Attack on Kevin Magee condemned as an attack on media freedom.
31 January 2018: Legal analysis carried out for the union concluded that the on-air review was not a genuine inquiry into fairness and equality of pay.
31 January 2018: NUJ briefing deplores the lack of a review of the "public value" of increasing competitive tendering of BBC national radio to 60 per cent by 2022.
30 January 2018: Union says report on on-air staff shows serious lack of oversight of pay, but conclusion of no gender bias flies in the face of the reality, its members report.
30 January 2018: The union has condemned the BBC for routine secrecy over pay and for deliberately misleading NUJ members over their salary levels when they queried their pay.
19 January 2018: The number of full-time producers are due to be cut from seven to four
9 January 2018: Please ask your MP to sign Early day motion 751 in support of Carrie Gracie and pay equality at the BBC
7 January 2018: Michelle Stanistreet said: "NUJ is determined to hold the BBC to account and reach proper settlements on behalf of women who have suffered a deficit in salary and pension contributions over many years.”
All journalists must defend the right to report – NUJ response to 'Paradise Papers' confidentiality proceedings
18 December 2017: The National Union of Journalists pledged to defend the right to report, after it was revealed that legal action had been initiated against the BBC and The Guardian in respect of the ‘Paradise Papers’.
28 November 2017: Tim Dawson, NUJ president, explains the long-running legal battle over changes to BBC pensions