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Journalists at Newsquest in South London have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action in their campaign to defend jobs and local quality journalism.
Journalists at Tindle newspapers in North London are holding a fresh ballot on industrial action in their dispute with the company over failure to maintain adequate staffing levels.
An entire Newsquest London sports and leisure department of eight journalists is being threatened with redundancy by the company.
Senior negotiators from the NUJ and the Tindle Newspaper Group are meeting in a bid to resolve a continuing dispute over non-replacement of staff at North London and Herts newspapers.
Journalists working for Newsquest in South London are to ballot on industrial action in a dispute over redundancies.
The NUJ has warned media employers to 'pay interns or face the consequences' after union member Keri Hudson successfully sued TPG Web Publishing Ltd over her unpaid internship.
Journalists at Sir Ray Tindle's North London and Herts Newspapers group returned to work today (Tuesday) following a strike for jobs and quality journalism that began on 19 April.
Management at North London and Herts Newspapers group has written to nine striking NUJ members at the papers warning of possible redundancies.
A prominent member of the English Defence League has been jailed for nine months for his role in a pre-arranged brawl between supporters of Brentford and Leyton Orient football clubs last year.
Striking journalists staged a mock funeral procession through Enfield in North London to mark the slow death of their newspapers.