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5 December 2013: The NUJ has welcomed the settlement and the increases in pay for its members and staff.
27 November 2013: Regardless of the outcome of the Scottish referendum, the NUJ believes there needs to be commission on the future of the media.
14 November 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) calls on the authorities in Sri Lanka to ensure journalists can work freely and safely in the country.
5 August 2013: A single agreement covering terms and conditions for all ITV news centres has been agreed following a ballot of members.
10 October 2012: NUJ members at the BBC and ITV are preparing to take action before Christmas over cuts to broadcasting jobs and threats to terms and conditions.
16 May 2012: Culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, should come clean on the behind-closed-doors deal which led to 20 per cent cuts to the BBC, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said.
21 December 2011: Cuts proposed at the BBC – which will result in the loss of 2,000 jobs – will have a huge adverse impact on the UK’s creative industries sector, research commissioned by the NUJ reveals.
20 December 2011: The BBC plans to cut the budget of BBC1's Inside Out, which covers 11 regions by £2 million.
7 December 2011: Mark Thompson and BBC management have been accused of damaging the future of the corporation by agreeing to the licence fee deal.
2 November 2011: A meeting of BBC NUJ reps has unanimously called for a vote of no confidence in Mark Thompson – an unprecedented act against the director general.