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More than 80 NUJ members working for Trinity Mirror in the north east of England are to ballot for industrial action over job cuts.
Union members at Trinity Mirror's Newcastle centre will meet on Tuesday to plan their response to massive editorial cutbacks which include 18 editorial jobs from its Newcastle operations and a further seven in Middlesbrough.
MPs from the Commons Culture Select Committee are to meet the NUJ chapels at Yorkshire Post newspapers in Leeds following an intervention at a meeting in York last night.
Journalists at The Press and Gazette and Herald in York have been forced take legal action to find out how well their employer believes they are performing.
Journalists who were recent on strike for 13 days are to walk into Leeds city centre this afternoon to hand out thank you letters to the people of West Yorkshire.
Protesting journalists are descending on the seaside town of Cromer tomorrow as part of a campaign to save Norfolk’s local papers.
Journalists at the Wakefield Express have launched a campaign to keep the historic paper close to its community after owners Johnston Press announced plans to sell its home of 150 years.
Striking Yorkshire journalists are touring London media workplaces this week to put the case for defending regional journalism and to drum up solidarity.
Journalists working for Newsquest York have given management notice of industrial action every day until the middle of June.
Journalists are picketing the Yorkshire Post building in Leeds today after management said they wouldn't be allowed to hold a union meeting on the premises.