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A Minimum Viable Platform for Better Media? CPBF’s AGM 2018

30 May 2018: The Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom would like to invite members of the CPBF and delegates from our affiliated organisations to attend our Annual General Meeting.

NUJ delegation quizzes Trinity Mirror at AGM

3 May 2018: The union's letter to shareholders outlined concerns about the level of redundancies, the company's digital strategy, the gender pay gap and TM's failure to protect journalist sources.

Cardiff and SE Wales NUJ AGM followed by branch meeting, March 2018

6 March 2018: Our next branch meeting will be on Tuesday 13 March, preceded by our Annual General Meeting, starting at 7:30pm

Trinity Mirror's 18 per cent gender pay gap shows it must reach out to its women staff

5 March 2018: The newspaper group also announced it will be changing its name to Reach.

London Freelance Branch AGM, 2018

8 December 2017: Annual General Meeting 2018: LFB elects a new committee.

Trinity Mirror chiefs remain bullish as company reports 16 per cent drop in revenue

4 May 2017: At the company's agm, the NUJ challenged the board about the company's failure to protect a journalist's source.

NUJ appeals to Johnston Press shareholders at AGM

19 May 2016: Union representatives attended this year’s AGM to highlight concerns about the company’s strategies and current working conditions.

Black Members' Council AGM 25 May, London

13 May 2016: The Black members' council invites all those registered as black and ethnic minority members of the NUJ to its annual general meeting.

Trinity Mirror quizzed over closure of the New Day

5 May 2016: NUJ officials lobby shareholders and question Trinity Mirror board at AGM.

Union urges Trinity Mirror AGM to champion fairness at work & quality journalism

5 May 2016: NUJ representatives leaflet shareholders at AGM and call for company to commit to fair pay and quality journalism.

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