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BBC on-air report denounced by NUJ analysis as a PR exercise

31 January 2018: Legal analysis carried out for the union concluded that the on-air review was not a genuine inquiry into fairness and equality of pay.

NUJ response to the BBC's PwC review of on-air pay

30 January 2018: Union says report on on-air staff shows serious lack of oversight of pay, but conclusion of no gender bias flies in the face of the reality, its members report.

BBC "deliberately misled" women over pay, says NUJ

30 January 2018: The union has condemned the BBC for routine secrecy over pay and for deliberately misleading NUJ members over their salary levels when they queried their pay.

Solidarity with 420 Greek broadcast journalists not paid for months

16 January 2018: IFJ calls for TV station shareholders to reconsider their decision.

#Useitpayforit

16 January 2018: #Useitpayforit is the hashtag for an NUJ campaign to encourage amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.

MPs call on BBC to resolve unequal pay claims at corporation

9 January 2018: Please ask your MP to sign Early day motion 751 in support of Carrie Gracie and pay equality at the BBC

NUJ backs BBC's Carrie Gracie over equal pay allegations

7 January 2018: Michelle Stanistreet said: "NUJ is determined to hold the BBC to account and reach proper settlements on behalf of women who have suffered a deficit in salary and pension contributions over many years.”

Swindon Newsquest strike: day two

3 January 2018: Some of the placards were slightly battered, but spirits remained high on the picket line outside the Swindon Advertiser.

Swindon journalists strike for two days over poverty pay

2 January 2018: Staff at the Newsquest-owned Swindon Advertiser say they are fed up with being treated with contempt by their management.

Calls for better pay at Al Jazeera

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

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