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The Telegraph is planning to outsource production to the Press Association in Howden, Yorkshire.
As the former chancellor has been appointed to the London newspaper, the union asks why a non-journalist has been appointed as staff have been asked to reduce their hours as the second edition is scrapped.
NUJ to voice concerns about the long-term impact on national radio of outsourcing of up to 60 per cent of BBC in-house production.
"This is a huge relief for NUJ freelances and, indeed, for all self-employed people in the UK," said John Toner, NUJ freelance organiser.
TUC women's conference passed a NUJ motion calling for measures to combat misogynistic abuse on social media.
NUJ renews call for the setting up of expert news advisory group in Wales after it emerged that more than £300,000 had been paid to Newsquest.
Staff say changes at the newspaper and loss of staff are having a toll on their wellbeing.
Union condemns government decision to increase national insurance contributions.
The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is fighting for a more inclusive, gender-equal world of work.
Just two months after more than halving the workforce at the south Wales centre, 14 jobs will go as Newsquest closes it down.