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23 June 2020: The corporation has announced that more than 150 jobs are to go In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
21 March 2020: The NUJ's Irish Secretary warned many journalists in Ireland are fearful for their livelihood as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
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.
6 February 2020: Any future model of BBC funding must protect public service broadcasting and allow it to flourish, said Michelle Stanistreet.
3 January 2020: The NUJ has paid tribute to Marian Finucane, who died aged 69 and who paved the way for women in RTÉ.
16 December 2019: Michelle Stanistreet says the "flagrant bullying" of the BBC and Channel 4 must be stopped and she saluted the professionalism of broadcast journalists working during a divisive and difficult election campaign.
10 December 2019: Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary said a commission limited to public service broadcasting would be a “missed opportunity for a strategic review of all aspects of the media in Ireland”.
18 November 2019: The new campaign is supported by other unions and intends to drive home the message that RTÉ belongs to the people of Ireland and must be saved
5 November 2019: Union welcomes Lord's report calling for urgent action to safeguard the future of public service broadcasting
1 November 2017: Through no fault of Kieran Mulvey, former head of the Workplace Relations Committee, the report does not give a “full picture” of the situation in RTE, said Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary.