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NUJ members working tonight covering the current civil unrest within the UK need to plan accordingly and take appropriate precautions.
Striking Newsquest journalists have brought their dispute over pay and job cuts to the multinational group's bosses.
Southampton, Brighton and Darlington journalists are sticking to their strike over pay and compulsory redundancies at Newsquest.
The Government has announced that the parliamentary vote on the increase in student tuition fees in England will take place on Thursday.
NUJ members at Newsquest Darlington have voted strongly in favour of strike action, as the dispute with the company escalates across the UK.
Northcliffe Media has decided to sack more than 50 staff as part of a raft of changes to the nationwide hub operation the company set up 18 months ago.
Successful NUJ motions at the Women's TUC conference in Eastbourne called for more involvement by women in their trade unions and also urged more democracratic structures in TUC committees.
Hundreds of journalists at the Johnston Press Group have shown they are ready for industrial action to defend jobs and standards at their publications.
NUJ chapels and organisers are building on last year's successful campaign to bring the benefits of union recognition to workplaces. The latest recruits are journalists at the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
The British Trades Union Congress has condemned government broadcasting policy as "woefully inadequate".