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NUJ members at Newsquest Cheshire and Merseyside took part in a one-day strike yesterday and have today started a work-to-rule.
NUJ members at Newsquest Cheshire and Merseyside have taken strike action today in response to Newsquest's announcement to make five compulsory redundancies across the division.
NUJ members at Newsquest Cheshire and Merseyside have voted unanimously to take two days of strike action on Wednesday 14 September and Tuesday 20 September.
Manchester journalists and their colleagues across the UK are celebrating the victory of journalist James Fallah-Williams in his long campaign to be allowed to stay in Britain.
Newsquest has announced plans to axe swathes of jobs in the North West of England.
The NUJ is making urgent further representations to the Home Secretary and Immigration Minister about the case of Manchester branch member James Fallah-Williams.
Manchester journalists have responded angrily to the arrest – and subsequent 'de-arrest' – of a newspaper photographer who was taking pictures of an incident near the city's magistrates' court.
NUJ intervention has brought an undertaking that the Lancashire Constabulary will not be issuing their own press passes again.
The NUJ has protested to Lancashire Constabulary about its treatment of journalists covering the EDL protest in Blackburn on Saturday 2 April.
The NUJ is taking legal advice over the collapse of Sport Media Group after the entire workforce – including around 25 journalistic staff – were made redundant with no notice.