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10 June 2014: Cuts to executive pay would save jobs in radio and the rest of the corporation.
10 June 2014: A ballot for action over pay called by members who want an end to excessive executive salaries and a radical reform of the BBC's structures.
15 May 2014: Following BBC pay talks with the director general Tony Hall the NUJ has condemned the offer tabled as completely unacceptable.
19 September 2013: Up to 75 posts – most of them journalists' jobs – are to go at the BBC.
16 July 2013: Union condemns the high salaries and rewards for senior management and huge sums wasted on legal bills and failed IT projects.
11 June 2013: NUJ members at the BBC are preparing to ballot over a below-inflation pay deal, cuts to anti-social hours payments that will create a two-tier workforce, and an attack on redundancy terms.
22 May 2013: The NUJ is calling on members and supporters to ask their MP to sign the early day motion (EDM) supporting the NUJ's campaign with the Federation of Entertainment Unions against bullying in the workplace.
21 March 2013: The BBC strike action in Scotland planned for Friday 22 March and Monday 25 March has now been cancelled.
21 March 2013: BBC Easter programmes will be disrupted as the National Union of Journalists has voted for strike action over compulsory redundancies, excessive workloads and bullying and harassment within the corporation.
20 March 2013: BBC Easter schedules will be disrupted as the National Union of Journalists has voted for strike action over compulsory redundancies, excessive workloads and bullying and harassment.