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Striking South Yorkshire journalists have accused their management of using work placement volunteers to undermine the industrial action launched by the NUJ last Friday to protect jobs and quality journalism.
The Shadow health secretary and a local legend are among those who have declared support for the striking South Yorkshire Newspapers journalists.
NUJ members at South Yorkshire Newspapers have voted 100 per cent in favour of strike action in response to threatened editorial redundancies.
The editor of the South Yorkshire Times has put details of journalist job cuts on the front page of the newspaper this week.
Nearly twenty journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers are to ballot on industrial action after members of the NUJ chapel voted no confidence in their management.
Journalists at Johnston Press centres in South Yorkshire and Humberside are facing further threats to jobs under extensive plans announced by the company.
Johnston Press has announced plans to close the local office of the Epworth Bells and Crowle Advertiser.
Newsquest journalists in the North of England have voted for strike action to stop plans by the newspaper group to axe 14 jobs in Darlington and York.
Journalists at three Newsquest centres have been told the company plans to centralise sub-editing operations in the North of England with a loss of 14 jobs.
A strike by nearly sixty journalists at Sheffield Newspapers has been suspended after the NUJ chapel accepted a new deal.