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15 February 2016: After seven months of conflict at the Financial Times, NUJ members have voted to accept an improved offer from management.
26 January 2016: Financial Times journalists vote for action as management refuses to honour pension commitments following the newspaper’s sale to Nikkei.
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.
16 December 2015: NUJ FT chapel continue to campaign on pensions.
19 November 2015: Financial Times staff vote by 91.8 cent in favour of taking strike action in dispute over changes to pensions.
21 October 2015: Journalists at the Financial Times have voted unanimously to ballot for industrial action over their company’s £4 million pensions theft.
19 October 2015: FT journalists have warned of rebellion "from the top of the organisation down" if Nikkei allows Financial Times managers to plunder £4m a year from their pensions to pay rent on their landmark building on the Thames.
12 October 2015: Staff have voted to support industrial action at the Financial Times if management goes ahead with what they are calling a "£4m pensions robbery".
23 July 2015: Pearson has announced its sale of the Financial Times to Nikkei Inc. for £844 million in cash.