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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.
8 June 2020: Regional current affairs show Inside Out and local Sunday Politics programmes look to be victims of proposed BBC cuts.
1 October 2019: The director general must now rebuild trust amongst journalists and staff and step up and prioritise the work taking place to increase the diversity of the workforce on and off camera, said Michelle Stanistreet.
10 June 2019: New free licence deal for over-75s will cost the corporation an extra £250m a year, with 3.7m now having to pay.
12 March 2019: The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s suspicion that some women at the BBC have not received equal pay is, in the NUJ’s view, a fact, says Michelle Stanistreet.
6 March 2018: NUJ response to letter from 250 BBC staff calling on Tony Hall, BBC director general, to publish individual salaries and benefits of staff.
30 January 2018: The union has condemned the BBC for routine secrecy over pay and for deliberately misleading NUJ members over their salary levels when they queried their pay.
6 April 2016: The director general of the BBC thanked the entertainment unions for showing support for the corporation before an event discussing the future of public service broadcasting.
18 November 2015: Tony Hall said the BBC News budget is to be cut by £5 million and BBC’s online services face a £12m reduction.
22 July 2015: The union believes the deal which shifts the payment of free TV licences for those aged 75 and over from the Department for Work and Pensions to the corporation is legally flawed.