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LONDON (AP) — BBC news programs are being disrupted as journalists stage a 24-hour strike to protest job cuts.
BBC radio's flagship morning news program, "Today," started an hour later than usual at 7 a.m. because of Monday's strike by members of the National Union of Journalists.
Some other live programs were replaced with prerecorded shows.
Originally posted by gibbajabba
I wonder why they are having budget cuts,it's not like the tv license fee has been cut the robbing wankers