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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 chapel has expressed no confidence in the company’s senior leaders, following the publisher's announcement to cut hundreds of jobs.
Messages of support including from NUJ chapels for members calling for an improved pay package from the publisher.
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.
The Reach Group Chapel has passed a motion highlighting the anger and frustration from journalists at the company, following proposed job cuts in editorial posts.
The Reach group chapel has passed a motion calling on the publisher to ensure suitable alternative employment is sought for all members put at risk.
NUJ members have voted to accept a revised pay offer from Reach plc.
Three-day strike action at Reach Plc and current work to rule at the company will no longer take place.