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NUJ announces strike dates at Bullivant Media

11 August 2020: The first day of action takes place on Tuesday 25 August and the union offers practical suggestions on ways to support the strike

Calls for better pay at Al Jazeera

22 December 2017: NUJ calls on the company to improve their pay offer.

ACAS joint statement on FT pensions

3 February 2016: Talks at Acas in London, with representatives of the NUJ and the FT, have achieved a revised pensions offer. As a consequence, Thursday’s strike has been called off.

Deadline set for progress on FT pensions

13 January 2016: Staff at the Financial Times have given the management until the end of the month to propose an acceptable solution to the dispute.

NUJ backs Dunnes Stores workers

2 April 2015: NUJ send support and solidarity to Dunnes Stores workers on strike.

Wapping exhibition moves to cyber space

22 January 2014: The Wapping exhibition launches online this week.

Fight for our BBC: this is what you can do

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.

NUJ escalates action at BBC over compulsory redundancies

4 February 2013: BBC journalists have agreed to a corporation-wide work to rule and strike action over compulsory redundancies.

Newsquest chapels urged to join pay freeze protests

9 November 2012: As journalists in York ended a week of action, which resulted in them losing a day's pay for attending a ten-minute meeting, other chapels in the Newsquest group are being urged to take action.

Walk out by Newsquest York staff after day's pay docked for 10-minute meeting

8 November 2012: Members of the York chapel of the National Union of Journalists walked out of their office after management docked an entire day's pay for a meeting which lasted ten minutes.

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