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Johnston Press: the story so far

Questions have been asked in Parliament and the NUJ has attempted to answer queries from our members at Johnston Press concerned about the sale.

Government should pay subsidy for over-75s, says NUJ

Union calls for an end to the ongoing subsidy as the BBC launches public consultation

NUJ calls for guarantee on jobs as Johnston Press goes into administration

The NUJ has called for meaningful guarantees to protect jobs and titles across Johnston Press, following the company’s decision last night to initiate a pre-pack administration process.

Young publishers get introduction to the NUJ

Young professionals and students with aspirations of enjoying careers in book publishing were the latest targets of the NUJ’s recruitment drive.

Journalists vote for action at Newsquest Carlisle

Carlisle chapel of Newsquest Cumbria call on the company to come back to the negotiating table

Ombudsman denial sparks demand for lifting of prosecution threat against journalists

NUJ's Irish Secretary says new evidence shows the arrests of Barry McCaffrey and Trevor Birney were based on a false claim.

Cultural changes needed at BBC to ensure equal pay and to solve staff grievances, says NUJ

MPs report says lack of transparency over pay had been “unlawful and discriminatory” and cuts at the corporation could compromise quality.

NUJ in talks with Johnston Press following news of sale

Chapel says its priority is to support its network of workplace reps and to get the best possible deal for every NUJ member, whatever happens in the weeks and months ahead.

Cumbrian journalists decamp to council offices to discuss pay, after ban by Newsquest

Newsquest Cumbria journalists have been forced to meet out of their office to discuss the company's decision to freeze their pay; in eight out of the past 12 years, they have not had a rise.

Help Eugene’s drive to fund raise for NUJ Extra

Eugene Costello and fellow journalist Nick Redmayne will cross the Pyranees, the Sahara and Senegal in thanks for help from the union's hardship fund.

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