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The chapel has expressed its shock and concern over staff mental well-being following the company's announcement of job cuts.
The council has vowed unwavering support for Mediahuis staff, after the company announced up to 30 editorial redundancies in Ireland.
Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, expresses “grave concern” over redundancy implications for staff and publications within the group.
Michelle Stanistreet reacts to correspondence between BBC acting chair Dame Elan Closs Stephens and industry expert David Lloyd.
NUJ repeats its concern over cuts to sports coverage by the publisher.
NUJ parliamentary briefing garners support from MPs concerned about the publisher’s latest round of job cuts and its impact on journalism.
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 National Union of Journalists is deeply concerned about changes in BBC News and Current Affairs which will result the closure of 127 posts.
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.