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NUJ consults members on BBC's revised pay offer

1 July 2013: The National Union of Journalists is consulting members on a revised pay offer from the BBC.

NUJ members at Glasgow Herald to ballot over job cuts

28 June 2013: The Glasgow Herald NUJ chapel has decided to ballot over jobs cuts.

NUJ calls for BBC strike action over 'paltry' pay deal

11 June 2013: NUJ members at the BBC are preparing to ballot over a below-inflation pay deal, cuts to anti-social hours payments that will create a two-tier workforce, and an attack on redundancy terms.

NUJ calls for BBC strike action over 'paltry' pay deal

11 June 2013: NUJ members at the BBC are preparing to ballot over a below-inflation pay deal, cuts to anti-social hours payments that will create a two-tier workforce, and an attack on redundancy terms.

FT withdraws compulsory redundancy threat

19 April 2013: The Financial Times has withdrawn the threat of compulsory redundancy following negotiations with the NUJ.

NUJ stops compulsory redundancies at The Independent

4 April 2013: The union has agreed to no compulsory redundancies at the newspaper and union negotiators managed to reduce the number of posts to be lost.

NUJ wins battle to secure Sunday Tribune payments

8 March 2013: Seven former Sunday Tribune journalists received payments between them of nearly €160,000 after a two-year battle on their behalf by the NUJ finally came to an end.

NUJ and Guardian reach settlement

27 February 2013: The NUJ has reached agreement with the Guardian and Observer as compulsory redundancies have been withdrawn.

BBC strike hailed a great success

18 February 2013: Flagship national and regional news programmes across the BBC network were pulled as the NUJ's strike against compulsory redundancies was hailed a huge success.

BBC Scotland journalists start work to rule

1 February 2013: BBC Scotland journalists are starting a work to rule from midnight over compulsory redundancies.

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