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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.

Alpha group staff prepare to strike over poverty wages

15 April 2016: Staff on the Northern Ireland local paper group are to go on strike for three days.

Strike ballot looms at BBC as expenses dispute escalates

11 April 2016: Joint unions are discussing taking industrial action as a new expenses deal will leave many of their members out of pocket.

NUJ members in Alpha Newspapers vote for strike action

31 March 2016: With almost a third of journalists being paid just the Living Wage on Alpha Newspapers, staff have voted for strike action.

NUJ members at Johnston Press Northern Ireland vote for action

22 March 2016: Members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action at the Derry Journal, News Letter and Morton Newspapers.

FT staff vote to accept new pensions offer

15 February 2016: After seven months of conflict at the Financial Times, NUJ members have voted to accept an improved offer from management.

FT journalists poised for 24-hour strike over pensions robbery

26 January 2016: Financial Times journalists vote for action as management refuses to honour pension commitments following the newspaper’s sale to Nikkei.

Deadline set for progress on FT pensions

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.

The Wapping story - 30 years on

23 December 2015: Public meeting, all welcome.

Five Trinity Mirror chapels vote to strike over digital targets

15 December 2015: Titles affected by the strike votes include the Daily Post in Wales, Liverpool Echo, Coventry Telegraph, Birmingham Post and Mail and Newcastle Chronicle. The NUJ is expecting the ballot result from the Manchester Evening News next week.

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