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He said he hoped the NUJ would assist him in refusing to further compromise sources and contacts through examination of his notebooks, as they followed up on his shocking revelations.
'NUJ urges the Government to re-examine the act in depth together with other relevant bodies before it is implemented so as to clearly define the application of said Act.'
The NUJ said 7,000 jobs had been cut at the BBC since 2004, while a further 2,000 are being lost under cost-saving plans.
The NUJ said the BBC was planning around 30 compulsory redundancies, affecting areas including BBC Scotland, the Asian Network, the World Service and English regions.
A BBC spokesman said: "We are disappointed the NUJ is intending to strike and apologise to our audience for any disruption to services this may cause.
Martin Huws, an NUJ representative for BBC Wales staff, is a senior Welsh language broadcast journalist based in Cardiff.
But a letter from Liz Smith to the NUJ says: "I am disappointed to hear that the chapel has concerns about the factfinding exercise and I am keen to do all that I can to maintain staff confidence in this process.
The Newcastle branch of the BBC's NUJ officer Brid Fitzpatrick, a producer with the Beeb since 1988, said she expected a good turnout from members.
As a qualified journalist, you can develop your skills by attending short courses offered by professional bodies including the National Union of Journalists (NUJ), NCTJ, the Periodicals Training Council (PTC) and the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC).
It's the union's right to have recognition." But Miles Barter of the NUJ said: "The indications from the company were they weren't going to recognise the union, but following the recent publicity, they have assured us there has been a misunderstanding."
NUJ Irish secretary Eoin Ronayne said the ban was 'outrageous' and an alarming signal from government for the prospects of a new Northern Ireland.
Members of the broadcasting workers' union BECTU, the journalists' NUJ and the engineers' AEEU are protesting over the company's refusal to increase a 3.6 per cent pay offer.