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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.
5 February 2013: Journalists on the Guardian and Observer have voted overwhelmingly for strike action over compulsory redundancies.
4 February 2013: The NUJ is calling on Trinity Mirror to put back plans which will lead to more than 90 job losses, leave a large part of Wales without a feature writer and cuts to sports staff in many cities with proud football traditions.
1 February 2013: BBC Scotland journalists are starting a work to rule from midnight over compulsory redundancies.
30 January 2013: NUJ members are being asked to support the ICTU day of protest on Saturday 9 February.
30 January 2013: Trinity Mirror has announced that it is cutting more than 70 jobs across its titles.
11 December 2012: The NUJ has sent a briefing paper to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the eve of a Thanksgiving Service for the 80th anniversary of the World Service, outlining how cuts are doing harm to the quality of its output.
21 November 2012: The BBC is failing to monitor spending against its strategic and editorial priorities and this will become "more critical" as resources become squeezed under the corporation's programme to cut spending by 20 per cent, a report by the public spending watchdog has found.
16 November 2012: BBC NUJ journalists are being balloted to take industrial action over compulsory job cuts at the Asian Network by December 31 and at BBC Scotland, BBC News and the World Service next year.
14 November 2012: The NUJ London branch of the BBC has passed a motion that has told its management to "get to grip with the culture of bullying, victimisation and harassment of staff that has been allowed to develop inside the corporation."