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John McDonnell (MP).<br />
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London, 15/03/2011. The NUJ (National Union Of Journalist) organised a meeting at the House Of Commons to discuss the future of the BBC World Service, a British institution with a global audience (radio, TV, Internet) of around 241 million people. The service is being threatened by ongoing job cuts, and the closure of some medium waves across the globe, which is proposed by the British Government. The speakers included, Michelle Stanistreet (NUJ Deputy General Secretary), Alan Johnston (Journalist), William Horsley (International Director of the Centre for Freedom of the Media at the University of Sheffield), John Tusa (Director of the BBC World Service 1986 to 1993), Nahed Abouzeid (NUJ World Service representative), Jo Glanville (Editor of Index on Censorship), Patrick French (British writer and historian), Owen Tudor (Head of the TUC's European Union and International Relations Department), Luke Crawley (Bectu Assistant General Secretary), John McDonnell (MP).
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John McDonnell (MP).

London, 15/03/2011. The NUJ (National Union Of Journalist) organised a meeting at the House Of Commons to discuss the future of the BBC World Service, a British institution with a global audience (radio, TV, Internet) of around 241 million people. The service is being threatened by ongoing job cuts, and the closure of some medium waves across the globe, which is proposed by the British Government. The speakers included, Michelle Stanistreet (NUJ Deputy...
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