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BBC action solid as thousands strike

2 August 2011: Thousands of journalists across the BBC took part in a second 24-hour strike yesterday against compulsory redundancies being imposed by management.

Strike over compulsory redundancies at BBC

1 August 2011: Journalists across the BBC are on strike in their second stoppage against compulsory redundancies.

BBC strike - updates

1 August 2011: Journalists at the BBC’s Arabic Service are continuing strike action against unfair working conditions.

Journalists in broadcasting and print start August on strike

29 July 2011: NUJ members are beginning August with strikes in Yorkshire and industrial action across the UK at the BBC.

S4C: 'Listen to Wales' Voice' – the message to Westminster

30 March 2011: Journalists joined other campaigners from Wales on Wednesday in a lobby of the Westminster parliament to defend the Welsh language broadcaster S4C.

S4C: Gwrandewch ar lais Cymru’, y neges i San Steffan

30 March 2011: Mae arweinydd y pedair prif blaid yng Nghymru wedi galw ar y Llywodraeth i atal eu cynlluniau ar gyfer S4C er mwyn cynnal arolwg llawn o'r sianel.

S4C umbrella rescue group launched

7 March 2011: An umbrella group campaigning to save S4C has marked its launch with a stinging rebuke to the UK government for ignoring a call by Wales' party leaders for a full review of the channel.

BBC "destroyed in an onslaught of a thousand cuts" - NUJ

15 February 2011: The BBC has announced job cuts in its current affairs department.

Cuts to BBC World Service expected in spending review

8 September 2010: The NUJ has condemned the UK government's plans to cut the budget of BBC World Service from next April, as part of the Treasury spending review.

Google and pay-TV taxes 'could subsidise original journalism' 

15 March 2010: A major independent study into British public life suggests that new taxes on Google and pay television operators like BSkyB could be used to subsidise rigorous journalism.

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