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Bristol signs up new members at freelance session

Bristol NUJ's 'How to be a Freelance' session on Saturday August 18 was a huge success.

Community joins campaign to stop cuts at Bristol Evening Post

Journalists and members of the community have held a lively demonstration to protest against the loss of up to 20 jobs at the city's newspaper.

Police apologise after photographer is handcuffed beside canal

A photographer who was manhandled to the ground and handcuffed by police has won compensation and an apology with the help of the NUJ.

Southampton strikes back at Newsquest empire

Journalists in Southampton are holding a three-day strike against troubled employer Newsquest in a long-running dispute over pay.

Southampton Newsquest members name second strike date

NUJ members at Newsquest Southampton have announced a further 48-hour strike on 16 and 17 November.

PCC spokesperson promises to listen to LGBT people

The Press Complaints Commission has promised to listen to the concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people after facing a barrage of criticism for failing to take action on stories that appear discriminatory.

Cornish MPs back bid to halt media cuts

Cornish MPs have backed a journalist's campaign against job cuts in local media and one of them will seek meetings with Northcliffe subsidiary, Cornwall and Devon Media, to discuss the issue.

Turning despair into hope – Bristol fashion

Redundant journalists in Bristol were given a helping hand to find new careers by the city's NUJ branch.

Trade unionists in south west back fight to save media jobs

Trade unionists in the south west of England have joined the fight to save journalists’ jobs in the region.

Guardian Media announce cuts in Surrey and Berkshire

Approximately 95 jobs across Guardian Media Group's Surrey and Berkshire Media would be made redundant, union officials were told yesterday.

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