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6 October 2010: Robert Gordon University has agreed to grant the Montrose Pictures production company access to Donald Trump's degree presentation, following pressure from the NUJ.
4 October 2010: Montrose Pictures Limited has urged Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen to ditch its ban on filming the award of an honorary degree to Donald J Trump on 8 October.
1 October 2010: The unions that represent the majority of BBC staff have confirmed that strikes planned for 5 & 6 October have been called off after management tabled an improved offer on pensions earlier today.
28 September 2010: BBC union members have agreed to reject the BBC’s latest pensions proposals and press ahead with plans for a strike.
17 September 2010: Your reps and joint union negotiators have met to determine next steps in our pensions dispute with the BBC.
14 September 2010: Jeremy Dear, NUJ General Secretary, issued a warning to BBC management at the TUC Congress today.
13 September 2010: BECTU, the NUJ and Unite have today announced a further programme of meetings with members to discuss new pension proposals from the BBC.
8 September 2010: The NUJ has condemned the UK government's plans to cut the budget of BBC World Service from next April, as part of the Treasury spending review.
1 September 2010: The joint unions at the BBC have today welcomed the overwhelming backing of their members for the campaign against drastic cuts to staff pensions.
20 August 2010: The industrial action ballot of BBC staff over pay and pensions has closed.