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8 March 2017: The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is fighting for a more inclusive, gender-equal world of work.
7 December 2016: Leo Varadkar, the minister for social protection, is taking legal advice on how to protect members of the Independent Newspapers (Ireland) defined benefit pension scheme.
5 December 2016: NUJ and SIPTU protest in Dublin against pension cuts proposals at Independent Newspapers Ireland.
17 November 2016: Union challenges company proposals and the lack of discussion with scheme trustees.
7 September 2016: NUJ asks why ITV is cutting members' pensions when Ant and Dec are reportedly about to sign £30m deal.
14 July 2016: An opportunity for women pensioners and working women to get together to network and hear speakers on a variety of topical subjects including Campaigning, Pension Justice, The role of the NPC and much more.
15 February 2016: After seven months of conflict at the Financial Times, NUJ members have voted to accept an improved offer from management.
3 February 2016: Talks at Acas in London, with representatives of the NUJ and the FT, have achieved a revised pensions offer. As a consequence, Thursday’s strike has been called off.
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.