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NUJ members take action against pay misery at Newsquest

25 October 2012: NUJ members working for Newsquest in York and Bradford will take action on Friday 26 October about pay.

NUJ and BECTU to ballot members at AP over pensions

18 May 2012: The NUJ and BECTU are balloting their members at Associated Press following the press agency's decision to close its final salary pension scheme.

FT journalists to escalate action as pay talks fail

14 March 2012: Journalists at the Financial Times (FT) have voted to escalate their action over pay following a breakdown in talks with management.

FT pay talks break down at ACAS

13 March 2012: Talks between NUJ reps and Financial Times management have failed to reach a resolution to the current dispute on pay.

FT journalists reject 2% pay offer, call on management to meet

5 March 2012: Journalists at the Financial Times have called on the Marjorie Scardino to intervene to help avert a strike at the newspaper.

Thomson Reuters staff accept new pay offer

9 February 2012: Journalists have called off the planned 48 hours of industrial action at Thomson Reuters following the agreement of an enhanced pay deal.

Action on pay spreads at Newsquest in Essex

6 February 2012: NUJ members at Essex County Newspapers, based in Colchester, will join their colleagues at nearby Basildon in taking strike action on pay next week.

FT journalists ballot for industrial action

28 November 2011: The NUJ chapel at the Financial Times has voted decisively to ballot for industrial action.

Joint unions extend BBC ballot

24 November 2011: The deadline for the industrial action ballots at the BBC has been extended to Monday 28 November 2011.

Ballot for industrial action at Thomson Reuters

21 November 2011: Journalists at Thomson Reuters are to ballot for industrial action in response to an "insulting" below-inflation pay offer.

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