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The Independent is to become a seven-day operation and merge departments with the Evening Standard, with the loss of more than 20 jobs.
Journalists on the Guardian and Observer have voted overwhelmingly for strike action over compulsory redundancies.
Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, has been severely criticised by an employment tribunal which said the paper had failed to act as a reasonable employer and had unfairly dismissed Steve Lodge, an award-winning journalist on its staff.
David Crouch has been elected to the NEC London seat.
The Metropolitan Police have provided a helpline number for lens-based journalists covering today’s student demonstration in central London.
The NUJ London branch of the BBC has passed a motion that has told its management to "get to grip with the culture of bullying, victimisation and harassment of staff that has been allowed to develop inside the corporation."
NUJ Deputy General Secretary, Barry Fitzpatrick, and chapel officers at the Guardian have met with the paper's management.
The timetable for the NEC London seat has been revised.
Journalists at Thomson Reuters have put in a pay claim of 6 per cent for year 2013.
Following a meeting with Arcadia Group, Adam Goldman, company secretary and Tracy Dixon, Topshop's regional controller, the company has issued a full apology for the treatment of NUJ photographer Jess Hurd at its flagship Oxford Street store in December 2011.