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BBC proves a Covid-19 winner, but future finances look bleak

15 September 2020: The corporation’s annual report shows the broadcaster remains popular and trusted, but costs mean more cuts on the way

Parliamentarians decry BBC cuts

22 July 2020: More than 60 parliamentarians write to Ofcom as MPs discuss the corporation

Government must drop TV licence inquiry and support the BBC’s public service broadcasting

2 April 2020: The BBC's future must be sustainable and protected.

Hands off Our BBC

5 March 2020: The BBC must remain a universal service, adhering to its core values, and free from political interference. The latest rounds of cuts will threaten its ability to sustain the breadth and depth of news coverage needed to truly reflect the diversity of the nation and regions.

BBC faces existential threat as 500 jobs to go

29 January 2020: NUJ pledges do all it can to defend public service broadcasting and protect members’ jobs from cuts and politically-motivated attacks.

Lay off public service broadcasting, says the NUJ

16 December 2019: Michelle Stanistreet says the "flagrant bullying" of the BBC and Channel 4 must be stopped and she saluted the professionalism of broadcast journalists working during a divisive and difficult election campaign.

Prime Minister shows contempt for journalism, says NUJ leader

9 December 2019: Johnson has little regard for the future of the BBC and the creative industries

Public service broadcasting: as vital as ever – NUJ reaction

5 November 2019: Union welcomes Lord's report calling for urgent action to safeguard the future of public service broadcasting

BBC decision on pensioners’ free licences will cost £250m every year and lead to catastrophic cuts

10 June 2019: New free licence deal for over-75s will cost the corporation an extra £250m a year, with 3.7m now having to pay.

Stop the licence snatchers

7 March 2019: The NUJ’s 60+council joined pensioners’ groups and trade unionists outside the offices of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to protest against the threat of the over-75s losing their free TV licences.

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