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European colleagues stand up for Scottish Chambers workers 

The proposed closure of Edinburgh publisher, Chambers Harrap, is to be reviewed at a high-level meeting in Paris by the Lagardère group which owns Hachette UK.

NUJ members fight closure of Edinburgh's Chambers Harrap

NUJ members at Chambers Harrap, Scotland's oldest publishing company, are fighting asset-stripping plans by their London-based bosses.

Prosecution of undercover journalist dropped

An NUJ member who was arrested after she went undercover to investigate the treatment of elderly people will not face prosecution.

Glasgow journalist arrested in relation to undercover work

A Glasgow-based journalist is facing the possibility of criminal prosecution in relation to activities whilst carrying out undercover investigative journalism for Panorama.

Glasgow freelances oppose Newsquest copyright grab

Freelance NUJ members in Glasgow have unanimously voted to reject proposals by the Herald group of newspapers and websites to cut minimum payment rates and change copyright and licensing terms.

Members in Scotland call off Record and Mail dispute

NUJ members at The Daily Record & Sunday Mail in Scotland have voted to call off their industrial action following a lengthy chapel meeting.

NUJ seeks compensation for Scottish Newsquest journalists

The NUJ is to seek compensation that could total two million pounds for journalists who were forced to reapply for their own jobs at the Glasgow Herald group.

Trinity Mirror to meet NUJ negotiators as strike ends

NUJ negotiators are due to meet senior executives of the Daily Record/Sunday Mail in Glasgow today following a solidly-backed wave of industrial action against compulsory redundancies at the Trinity Mirror-owned titles.

Salmond meets NUJ over Trinity Mirror strike

Scotland's First Minster, Alex Salmond, supports NUJ leaders in their attempts to solve the problem of compulsory job cuts at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail.

Scottish Parliament calls on Trinity Mirror to 'listen to reason'

The Scottish Parliament has voted by a massive majority to back a motion calling on the bosses of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail to "listen to reason" before making compulsory redundancies.

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