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15 July 2020: An extra 70 jobs than previously expected will be cut as a result of Covid-19, said the corporation.
29 January 2020: NUJ pledges do all it can to defend public service broadcasting and protect members’ jobs from cuts and politically-motivated attacks.
27 March 2019: The corporation is throwing Radio 4's The World Tonight "under a bus" with its plans to merge it with the World Service's Newshour.
5 July 2016: £4m cuts will mean 98 jobs to go at BBC Monitoring which surveys the world’s broadcast and print media from 150 countries in 100 languages.
28 June 2016: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary congratulates the staff at the World Service for their high professional standards and hard work recognised in the latest the National Audit Office report.
25 April 2016: The decision to move the main part of its Chinese language services to Hong Kong drastically undermines UK influence in this critically important geopolitical centre.
6 July 2015: Chancellor's move to make the BBC pick up the up tab for free TV licences for over-75s is a "cheap shot".
1 July 2015: The BBC's funding and future as a public service broadcaster's is being decided by the government.The NUJ is campaigning for an independent, well-managed and properly-funded corporation.