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NUJ motions successful at Women's TUC conference

12 March 2010: Successful NUJ motions at the Women's TUC conference in Eastbourne called for more involvement by women in their trade unions and also urged more democracratic structures in TUC committees.

Red Bee Media members ballot for industrial action

11 March 2010: NUJ members at media management company, Red Bee Media, are voting on industrial action over attacks on their established redundancy terms agreement.

BBC plans multi-millions pound cuts

26 February 2010: The BBC has proposed to implement a multi-million pound cuts package at the corporation.

NUJ criticises BBC Trust findings on Panorama programme

25 February 2010: The BBC Trust has partially upheld a complaint against a 2007 Panorama programme.

British journalist detained in Gaza

16 February 2010: The National Union of Journalists has condemned the detention of a British freelance journalist by security officials in Gaza and demanded he be set free immediately.

Minister urged to clear up potential conflicts in BAI and RTÉ nominations

8 February 2010: The NUJ in Ireland has called on the Irish communications minister to clear up publicly the potential conflicts of interest in nominations to the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and RTÉ.

News consortia bidders undertake to protect Wales ITV jobs

5 February 2010: The three shortlisted bidders for a contract to supply editorial content to ITV viewers in Wales have given an undertaking to defend jobs and protect standards.

Successful campaign saves Radio Foyle

26 January 2010: The NUJ has welcomed the BBC's decision to develop its Radio Foyle output in Derry, rather than scrap it.

BBC campaign wins extra pay for NUJ members

7 January 2010: The NUJ has won promotions and pay increases for six members at the BBC who have been underpaid for their work for years.

BBC World Service director apologises for Uganda headline

17 December 2009: The director of the BBC World Service has apologised about the decision to run a debate under the headline "Should homosexuals face execution?".

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