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27 June 2019: Stations across the nation will lose their local breakfast and drive-time shows and hundreds of journalists, presentes and radio station staff face the sack. Come along to this Federation of Entertainment Unions meeting and join the fight to keep local radio news local.
10 June 2019: New free licence deal for over-75s will cost the corporation an extra £250m a year, with 3.7m now having to pay.
8 May 2019: Company aims for substantial expansion, robust cost control and pays chief executive £543,000
2 May 2019: A delegation from the NUJ warned Reach shareholders and board members of unfair pay, looming cuts and a growing gender pay gap when it joined the company’s AGM on 2 May.
29 March 2019: Jobs are to go on the Brighton Argus and on titles produced in Colwyn Bay and Sutton.
27 March 2019: The corporation is throwing Radio 4's The World Tonight "under a bus" with its plans to merge it with the World Service's Newshour.
7 December 2018: The union's Photographers' Council has urged Alamy to reverse a decision to cut to the commission photographers will receive for images sold through the stock photo agency.
25 October 2018: MPs report says lack of transparency over pay had been “unlawful and discriminatory” and cuts at the corporation could compromise quality.
12 September 2018: Further staff cuts have been announced in Wiltshire and Oxford
12 September 2018: Proportionate to existing staffing levels, the latest Stourbridge proposals represents a huge cut, staff reporters were culled just over a year ago, and the Worcester-based group editor was made redundant in December last year