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Unanimous vote for action at Bullivant Media

14 July 2020: All NUJ members vote in favour of strike action and action short of a strike

Bullivant Media ballot result

13 July 2020: NUJ members working at Bullivant Media Limited, a Midlands weekly newspaper and website company, have voted in favour of industrial action

BBC to cut 450 jobs across England

2 July 2020: Michelle Stanistreet said the cuts will have an impact on the BBC’s ability to sustain the breadth and depth of news coverage throughout England which truly reflects the diversity of the nation.

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.

The Drum online media awards 2020 - entries still open

28 February 2020: The Drum online media awards identify the smartest, boldest and most original purveyors of news and views from around the world. Entries are still open until 4 March

NUJ branch protest & meeting in Omagh

23 August 2017: Join in with other NUJ members at the next Derry North West Ireland branch event in Omagh.

Perth: Let's talk digital

14 August 2017: The Perth and District NUJ branch has organised an evening of discussion about using social media.

IFJ condemns blocking websites & arrests in Palestine

20 June 2017: Blocking websites and arresting journalists is a grave breach of press freedom and journalists' fundamental rights.

Drum Online Media Awards 2017

26 February 2017: The Drum Online Media Awards, supported by the NUJ, identify the best, boldest and most original producers of news and views from around the world.

BBC must do more to improve coverage in devolved regions

18 August 2016: The BBC is rated highly in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but a report raises questions over the future of non-English programming and whether the devolved governments are being held to account.

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