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Journalists at the Glasgow-based Daily Record and Sunday Mail are preparing for a substantial escalation in industrial action.
NUJ members at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail in Scotland will follow up tomorrow's one-day strike over job cuts with a 48-hour stoppage next Friday.
NUJ members at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail called an emergency meeting today after 24 colleagues were told they had been chosen for redundancy.
Journalists on two of Scotland's biggest selling national newspapers are to take the first in two days of strike action over job cuts on Saturday.
Journalists at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail in Glasgow voted last week to hold a strike ballot over plans to axe 70 jobs.
About 150 freelance photographers have rejected attempts by Trinity Mirror in Glasgow to worsen their work terms and conditions.
Newquest management has told the NUJ that voluntary redundancies at the Glasgow Herald and Evening Times would be put on hold until the union reps signed away their rights to take legal action for victimisation.
Over 100 people attended a public meeting in Glasgow last night, showing massive support for the fight to save The Herald group of newspapers.
Scottish politicians queued up to condemn newspaper publisher, Newsquest, in a parliamentary debate on the future of Glasgow's Herald & Times Group.
NUJ reps from across the news media in Scotland are meeting today to discuss how best to coordinate a campaign against cutbacks across the industry.