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The directors and shareholders of Reach, publisher of titles including The Mirror, Daily Star, Daily Record, Manchester Evening News, Irish Daily Mirror and Liverpool Echo, have been told it needs a radical rethinking of its business strategy in a letter from the National Union of Journalists.
The chapel has expressed no confidence in the company’s senior leaders, following the publisher's announcement to cut hundreds of jobs.
The NUJ has expressed its dismay at news of substantial job cuts announced by the company today.
NUJ response to Reach plc's half year results.
Up to 40 journalists are believed to be at risk of redundancy in plans to centralise radio news.
The union has expressed its dismay at redundancies announced by publisher Reach, on 3 July.
Reach, the UK’s biggest regional newspaper publisher and owner of the Mirror and Express, blamed Meta for a slump in digital revenues as the social platform changed the way it displays news.
Michelle Stanistreet looks back at the union's achievements over the past two years and assesses the challenges ahead.
Conference debated and agreed motions committing to campaign for improved members' pay and terms and conditions.
The decision follows recent announcements to make significant cuts to editorial roles.