ITN rejects Union request for further talks on benefits cuts

ITN has rejected calls from the broadcasting union BECTU and the National Union of Journalists to engage in further talks on proposed cuts to staff benefits.

ITN is looking to make £300,000 in savings which the Unions said would be achieved through “a significant attack on current benefits”. These include cuts in meal allowances, transport allowances and changes to staff time off at weekends and between shifts.

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