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BBC staff must not be intimidated by Tommy Robinson

15 February 2019: The NUJ and Bectu,unions which represent BBC staff, have roundly condemned Tommy Robinson and his fellow, far-right thugs who have planned a demonstration at Salford Quay on Saturday 23 February.

#FEUdignity: making workplaces safe places

1 February 2019: Unions from the media and arts industries met employers' bodies to discuss how they could work together to end sexual harassment at work.

Al Jazeera staff to vote on two-year pay deal worth nine per cent

8 May 2018: The deal for 2018 is an across-the board pay increase of 6 per cent backdated to 1 January and a consolidated pay increase of 3 per cent for 2019.

Pay dispute at Al Jazeera English goes into arbitration

3 May 2018: Al Jazeera management has agreed to talks following a vote for strike action next week by the broadcaster's staff.

Unions at Al Jazeera English vote for industrial action over pay

27 March 2018: Three years of negotiations and no movement on pay has resulted in a strong mandate for industrial action.

NUJ joins boycott of Project Diamond

2 June 2017: Until the broadcasters promise to share data from this equality monitoring scheme, the NUJ and sister unions will no longer participate.

Newspaper industry shuns anti-bullying conference

28 November 2016: The newspaper industry was conspicuous by its absence at a unions' and employers' event which shared good practice in tackling bullying in the media and arts.

Unions condemn ITV's plans to close pension scheme

7 September 2016: NUJ asks why ITV is cutting members' pensions when Ant and Dec are reportedly about to sign £30m deal.

Strike ballot looms at BBC as expenses dispute escalates

11 April 2016: Joint unions are discussing taking industrial action as a new expenses deal will leave many of their members out of pocket.

Leeds says Love it or Lose it

29 February 2016: The NUJ joined unions and other groups to warn about the threat to the BBC as it faces charter renewal, reports Adam Christie, joint president.

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