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14 May 2013: The NUJ, Co-operatives UK and Carnegie UK Trust have organised a series of events aimed to foster and promote alternative media models.
1 May 2013: Hundreds of angry Newsquest journalists, family, friends and supporters have put their names to a petition denouncing a $1.3 billion bonanza for shareholders of the US parent Gannett Inc, while British staff suffer their fourth year of stagnant pay.
19 April 2013: The Financial Times has withdrawn the threat of compulsory redundancy following negotiations with the NUJ.
4 April 2013: The union has agreed to no compulsory redundancies at the newspaper and union negotiators managed to reduce the number of posts to be lost.
2 April 2013: As Tony Hall returns to the BBC as its director general, the NUJ has said he needs to come in with a big broom to sweep away management complacency and set new priorities.
19 March 2013: The NUJ has responded to the latest financial report from Johnston Press, criticising the cuts in staffing that have impacted on quality.
14 March 2013: The NUJ has condemned a further £10m cuts announced in Trinity Mirror's preliminary 2012 annual results today.
21 February 2013: The Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, has endorsed the idea of a six-month moratorium on redundancies at the BBC.
19 February 2013: The NUJ's strike against compulsory redundancies and the threat to quality journalism was a great success, with many flagship national and regional programmes pulled off the air.
12 February 2013: The National Pensioners Convention and members of NUJ 60+ accused the Coalition government of "conning" existing and future pensioners regarding changes to the state pension as proposed in the White Paper published last month.