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Financial Times Journalists Vote To Strike

"Financial Times" journalists have voted in favour of taking industrial action in a dispute over proposed changes to the newspaper’s pension policy. Almost 92% of members of the National Union of Journalists who participated in the ballot voted in favour of industrial action. There was a 66% member turnout for the ballot. The move follows plans by Nikkei, which is expected to complete its GBP844m takeover of the FT Group at the end of the month, to end the final-salary pension scheme.

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