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Newsquest members in Bradford and York vote yes for action

5 February 2014: Journalists on Newsquest titles in Bradford and York have voted in favour of strike action and industrial action short of a strike.

Produce local newspapers locally, says NUJ

29 January 2014: As journalists cast their ballots, they received the backing of the NUJ's Welsh executive council, which made clear that it supported the principle of producing local newspapers locally.

NUJ consults ITV members on pay deal

15 January 2014: ITV has made an offer of 2.75 per cent.

Indy management called back to table on eve of NUJ action

8 August 2013: The NUJ is calling on the management of the Independent to re-engage in meaningful talks over the future of its titles.

Newsquest must stop slashing jobs, says NUJ

7 August 2013: Journalists at the Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times in Scotland, remain committed to challenging the job cuts at Newsquest and will start voting in another ballot for industrial action on Monday 12 August.

ITV members vote yes to national staff agreement

5 August 2013: A single agreement covering terms and conditions for all ITV news centres has been agreed following a ballot of members.

NUJ members vote for strike action at Independent newspaper

2 August 2013: NUJ members at the Independent have voted YES for industrial action over the threat of compulsory redundancies at the titles.

NUJ members vote for strike action at Independent newspaper

2 August 2013: NUJ members at the Independent have voted YES for industrial action over the threat of compulsory redundancies at the titles.

NUJ announces re-ballot for action at Newsquest in Scotland

1 August 2013: The NUJ is reballoting members at Scottish Newsquest titles in the wake of legal threats to challenge the ballot on minor technicalities.

Threat to Independent staff over ballot condemned by NUJ

29 July 2013: As staff at the Indpedent ballot over redundancies, the editor says a yes vote will be "catastrophic for the titles".

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