GMB president Mary Turner dies after illness

GMB president Mary Turner dies after illness

MPs and trade unionists pay tribute to a "giant" of our movement More »

What do unions think of the Taylor Review?

What do unions think of the Taylor Review?

Unions respond to the report into working practices in the UK More »

200,000 expected for tomorrow’s Durham Miners’ Gala with Jeremy Corbyn

200,000 expected for tomorrow’s Durham Miners’ Gala with Jeremy Corbyn

Last-minute visitors recommended to camp as affordable hotel rooms are running out More »

Heat on Tube bosses after drivers’ water “ban”

Heat on Tube bosses after drivers’ water “ban”

ASLEF calls on TfL to change "short-sighted and penny-pinching" attitude More »

British Airways cabin crew begin 16-day strike

British Airways cabin crew begin 16-day strike

Unite members working out of Heathrow take action over "poverty" pay More »

 

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NUJ fights back against homophobic media coverage

Union's Pride group holds meeting to discuss coverage of LGBT issues

Unions warn Lords of plans to “close down” reporting on court cases

Warning from unions, civil rights campaigners comes as Justice and Security Bill is to be debated in the House of Lords later today

BBC unions announce Easter strike

BECTU and NUJ members to take action over compulsory redundancies, workloads, bullying and harassment

“The press is not safe in Cameron’s hands” – NUJ

Union condemns government for ignoring journalists and cosying up to newspaper publishers

BBC unions ballot for “Easter strike” over redundancies, bullying

BBC-wide vote for industrial action could disrupt Easter-time programme schedules

Journalist in court after refusing to hand over fascist footage

NUJ backs Jason Parkinson after police production order following EDL demo

BBC journalists to strike at news next week

NUJ has announced that members at the BBC will take strike action on 18 February against threat of compulsory redundancies among journalists

Strike looms at BBC over compulsory job cuts

NUJ reps voted to extend work-to-rule from Scotland to whole of the UK

BBC journalists begin work to rule over compulsory redundancies

NUJ members in Scotland take action over loss of specialist reporters and correspondents

Justice at last as general is convicted twelve years after beheading journalist

NUJ welcomes decision to convict Ukrainian soldier for executing Georgy Gongadze