Journalists at the BBC have announced they will take strike action next week in a dispute over compulsory redundancies.
Members of the National Union of Journalists voted in favour of strike action earlier this week, with 72 per cent of those who voted saying they would be prepared to strike.
According to the NUJ, more than 100 people are at risk of compulsory redundancy at the BBC World Service.
Union members are also said to be at risk in divisions including BBC Monitoring, BBC Scotland and potentially at BBC Wales, BBC 4, BBC Sport and TV Current Affairs.
Today the union confirmed a one-day walk out will take place on 15 July.
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