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BBC campaign

4 January 2017: Love it or Lose it: the joint unions' campaign to fight for the BBC during charter renewal continues.

Rebel MPs threaten to block BBC licence-fee deal for over-75s

28 November 2016: MPs, including key Conservatives, will move to block a measure on Monday that burdens the BBC with the responsibility for funding the welfare benefit of free TV licences for the over-75s.

Broadcasting stars call for re-think on privatisation of BBC radio

6 November 2016: Will the Archers or Women's Hour go the same way as Bake Off if BBC plans go ahead?

NUJ welcomes MPs' recommendation for staff rep on BBC board

2 August 2016: The union also shared the select committee's concerns over the appointment of Rona Fairhead, the chair of the discredited BBC Trust.

NUJ response to the BBC White paper

12 May 2016: Michelle Stanistreet said: "The game was lost before it had even begun by the BBC agreeing to a deal with George Osborne to fund the licence fees of the over-75s."

Judge us by our quality, says BBC's Tony Hall

6 April 2016: The director general of the BBC thanked the entertainment unions for showing support for the corporation before an event discussing the future of public service broadcasting.

Unions’ BBC white paper wins support in Parliament

16 March 2016: The Federation of Entertainment Unions launched its alternative BBC White Paper, its vision for the broadcaster's future.

Entertainment unions launch alternative vision for the BBC

15 March 2016: As the BBC's future is being decided, the Federation of Entertainment Unions has launched a blue-print for a well-funded, well-managed and accountable corporation.

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.

BBC Alternative White Paper

24 February 2016: The Federation of Entertainment Unions launches its response to the future of the BBC.

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