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Government should pay subsidy for over-75s, says NUJ

20 November 2018: Union calls for an end to the ongoing subsidy as the BBC launches public consultation

Cultural changes needed at BBC to ensure equal pay and to solve staff grievances, says NUJ

25 October 2018: MPs report says lack of transparency over pay had been “unlawful and discriminatory” and cuts at the corporation could compromise quality.

Guest speaker Joanna Abeyie: LIBNM branch

2 October 2018: Joanna Abeyie, managing director of the diversity recruitment agency, Hyden, and BBC journalist will talk about her work on improving diversity in the media.

20 years online - London branch meeting

20 September 2018: NUJ branch rep and activist Donnacha DeLong will talk about 20 years working online.

Unions condemn Saudi-led coalition bombing of Yemen radio station

18 September 2018: NUJ and IFJ condemn the targeting of broadcasters in Yemen that killed three staff

Writing drama for tv and radio - NUJ training

12 September 2018: NUJ professional training that will demonstrate how journalistic skills can be deployed to create compelling broadcast drama

NUJ calls for urgent review of Cliff Richard judgment as BBC drops verdict appeal

15 August 2018: Michelle Stanistreet says it “poses a significant threat to journalists’ ability to report on criminal trials in future”.

Sky TV

31 July 2018: Do you work for editorial on Sky? If so you should join the NUJ. At this time of change the union will give you a voice, as well as taking up issues you may have at work – on anything from equal pay, flexible working and redundancy to disciplinary hearings, sickness and bullying.

NUJ voices concern over That's TV

31 July 2018: It is vital that anyone applying for a job with That’s TV should seek advice, says John Toner,NUJ Scotland organiser.

Drastic cuts to the BBC's political coverage "a disservice to viewers"

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.

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