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Journalists at the Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times in Scotland have voted overwhelmingly to take industrial action over compulsory redundancies.
Journalists at the Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times in Scotland, remain committed to challenging the job cuts at Newsquest and will start voting in another ballot for industrial action on Monday 12 August.
The NUJ is reballoting members at Scottish Newsquest titles in the wake of legal threats to challenge the ballot on minor technicalities.
NUJ members at Newsquest delivered a strong YES vote for action to challenge the cuts in Scotland.
The multinational corporation Gannett, owners of Newsquest newspaper group, has announced that the company have selected 8 compulsory redundancies in Scotland.
The Glasgow Herald NUJ chapel has decided to ballot over jobs cuts.
The BBC strike action in Scotland planned for Friday 22 March and Monday 25 March has now been cancelled.
The Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, has endorsed the idea of a six-month moratorium on redundancies at the BBC.
Opus Media Group, the luxury publisher of books which sell their glossy publications for up to £3,000 a copy on celebrity subjects, is still to pay former staff, despite a two-month old court order.
BBC Scotland journalists are starting a work to rule from midnight over compulsory redundancies.