The National Union of Journalists says jobs are set to be axed across the BBC, including:
- BBC Scotland
- BBC Radio Five Live
- The Asian Network
- The World Service
The NUJ says 7,000 jobs have been cut at the BBC since 2004, while a further 2,000 are being lost under cost-saving plans.
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