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Ninety jobs, most of them editorial, are to be axed at The Independent and Independent on Sunday offices in London.
Time Out has entered into consultation with staff to cut up to 13 posts, representing 8 per cent of the workforce.
The NUJ has finally signed a formal recognition deal with the Racing Post.
The NUJ has secured a settlement that will give most journalists and many other staff at the Racing Post six-and-a-half weeks’ gross pay each.
NUJ member Marc Vallée has accepted an apology and out-of-court settlement from the Metropolitan Police for “battery” (assault) and breaches of the Human Rights Act.
The NUJ chapel at AOL has won vastly improved redundancy terms following an industrial action ballot.
NUJ members at AOL (UK) have voted unanimously in favour both of strike action and action short of a strike over compulsory redundancies and lack of consultation.
NUJ members at AOL (UK) have decided unanimously to ballot for industrial action over compulsory redundancies and lack of consultation.
The NUJ was awarded automatic recognition at AOL (UK), part of the giant US media conglomerate AOL.
The NUJ has spoken out in defence of the Daily Mirror newspaper after it was issued with a gagging order in relation to an allegedly leaked memo.