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BBC must sort out "poxy" deal for Parliament Channel staff

15 June 2016: MPs, peers and even Black Rod were given details of the unfair treatment of BBC journalists working on the Parliament Channel on the picket line during their 24-hour strike.

Journalists at BBC Parliament to strike for 24 hours over unequal grading

14 June 2016: The broadcasting of Prime Minister's Questions and the quizzing of Sir Philip Green over the demise of BHS by MPs could be hit by the action.

#DM16: NUJ to campaign against poor pay

15 April 2016: Delegate Meeting votes for a campaign to ensure all members get paid at least the national living wage after

NUJ welcomes call for flexible working

22 March 2016: Not all media employers want to embrace transparency or flexible working and if they are compelled to do so it will make media employment more accessible.

One in five journalists earn less than £20,000

28 October 2015: NUJ survey shows the income of 80 per cent of staff and freelances has not kept up with the cost of living and a quarter of staff and 60 per cent of freelances suffered financial hardship.

NUJ Pay Day, Saturday 31 October

15 October 2015: After years of pay freezes in the industry the NUJ is holding an event to discuss how to negotiate and campaign for better wages for staff and freelances

Newsquest's smoke and mirrors fail to mask obscene sums for those at the top

14 October 2015: The newspaper group's accounts show it made £60 million, pre-tax, while saving £5m by sacking 228 staff and paying many below a living wage.

NUJ Pay Day

22 September 2015: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A SIMILAR EVENT WILL BE HELD IN SPRING AT DELEGATE MEETING.THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEY WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER THIS MONTH.

Freelance Salon

28 July 2015: London Freelance Branch presents a networking event for freelances.

ITV pay dispute settled

7 July 2015: Members of the NUJ at ITV joined Bectu and Unite colleagues in accepting the company's latest pay and conditions deal.

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