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A victory for the union at TSL Education

18 March 2006
The NUJ journalists’ union has won back union recognition on TSL Education, which runs the Times supplements.

Tim Lezard: ‘Journalists must not be silenced’

18 March 2006
Some NUJ members have been unhappy about our opposition to the war, saying as journalists our job is to be impartial.

The BBC and Anna Teeman

10 December 2005
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) is planning to ballot its members at the BBC over the victimisation of union rep Anna Teeman.

BBC workers

05 November 2005
The NUJ and Bectu unions are campaigning against the BBC’s plans to axe foreign language services at BBC World Service, threatening 283 staff with redundancy.

BBC News 24

27 August 2005
NUJ union members at BBC News 24 have won their fight with management over the non-payment of an Extra Responsibility Reward (ERR) for journalists who regularly act-up above their grade.

Lessons from NUJ Coventry strike

27 August 2005
Journalists at Coventry Newspapers suspended their all-out strike against low pay on Wednesday of last week. The NUJ union members returned to work after management agreed a statement with the union.

Coventry NUJ strike continues against Trinity Mirror

20 August 2005
Journalists at Coventry Newspapers voted to continue their all-out strike on Monday. The 43 members of the NUJ union have taken over 21 days of action over the last few months in their fight over low pay.

NUJ union returns to the Sun

13 August 2005
Two decades after Rupert Murdoch though he had smashed the unions at the Sun, the journalists’ union is back at the title. The NUJ has a chapel of over 50 members and is growing.

Low paid Coventry journalists on strike ‘until further notice’

13 August 2005
Journalists at Coventry Newspapers have been on indefinite strike since Tuesday of last week. The NUJ union members have pledged to stay out for as long as it takes to win their battle over low pay.

Pay is the big story at Coventry papers

06 August 2005
Some 45 members of the NUJ journalists union at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, Coventry Citizen, Hinckley Times, Bedworth Echo and Nuneaton Tribune are continuing their long running dispute over pay and regrading.

Low wages and speed ups trigger action by journalists

30 July 2005
Conventry Newspapers JOURNALISTS IN the NUJ union at Coventry Newspapers are continuing their long running dispute against low pay.

Coventry journalists aim to make low pay history

16 July 2005
Journalists in the NUJ union at Coventry Newspapers struck on Thursday and Friday of last week.

Support Coventry journalists’ action

09 July 2005
Journalists in the NUJ union at Coventry Newspapers were set to strike on Thursday and Friday of this week to protest against low pay.

Media workers

02 July 2005
Sheffield Newspapers NUJ Journalists in the NUJ union working for Sheffield Newspapers are balloting for action over a staffing crisis.

Media workers

25 June 2005
Coventry newspapers Journalists in the NUJ union struck at Coventry Newspapers on Friday of last week as part of their campaign against low pay.

BBC workers discuss their next move

18 June 2005
The dispute at the BBC over 3,800 job cuts is at a crucial stage. Union leaders from Bectu, the NUJ and Amicus unions met the BBC director general, Mark Thompson, on Wednesday of last week.

National Union of Journalists conference

16 April 2005
Iraq and the BBC dominated the NUJ journalists’ union conference in Scarborough last weekend.

NUJ Left vows to fight BBC job cuts

19 February 2005
Attacks on the BBC and the union’s low pay campaign were two of the issues discussed at an NUJ Left conference held in Manchester. Union general secretary Jeremy Dear said he thought this was the best chance in a decade for the NUJ to win a ballot over strike action to fight a feared 9,000 job cuts at the BBC.

Journalists

29 January 2005
THE Threat of more strike action by journalists in the NUJ union at the Enfield Advertiser in north London has won concessions from their Trinity Mirror bosses.

In brief

22 January 2005
Workers defiant despite ruling JOURNALISTS IN the NUJ union at the Enfield Advertiser in north London were balloting this week about taking further strike action against management cuts. The ten members struck for a day two weeks ago. Owners Trinity Mirror obtained a high court ruling to stop the workers from taking further action and forcing them to reballot. The ballot was set to close on Thursday of this week.There will be an NUJ Left conference on Saturday 12 February in Manchester. Phone 07801789297 for more details.

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