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Birmingham Trinity Mirror journalists plan strike action

25 November 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's Birmingham papers will strike in the next three weeks unless the threat of compulsory redundancies is lifted.

Threat of strike ends compulsory redundancies in Coventry

29 July 2009: Journalists at Coventry Newspapers have called off tomorrow's planned strike over compulsory redundancies.

United Birmingham chapels stop Trinity Mirror redundancies

28 July 2009: Strike action has been called-off at Trinity Mirror's Birmingham-based titles after the NUJ chapels secured an agreement on no compulsory redundancies.

Trinity Mirror Midlands journalists vote for industrial action

20 July 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's Midlands titles have voted massively in favour of industrial action over compulsory job cuts and the closure of papers.

No confidence in Trinity Mirror management in Birmingham

13 July 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror in Birmingham have unanimously passed a motion of no confidence in the company's management of its regional titles.

Midlands chapels ballot over Trinity Mirror cuts

29 June 2009: Around 150 journalists employed by Trinity Mirror in the midlands of England are to ballot for industrial action over the company's failure to rule out job cuts and changes to their papers.

Trinity Mirror urged to come clean about Midlands cuts

24 June 2009: Trinity Mirror bosses plan to axe eight weekly titles across the Midlands with an announcement expected in the next few days, according to internal company documents seen by the NUJ.

Midlands journalists propose profit-boosting plans to Trinity Mirror

19 June 2009: Birmingham journalists have drawn up a blueprint to boost the sales and profile of their papers.

Birmingham members badge up for journalism

5 June 2009: Staff at the Birmingham Post, Mail, Sunday Mercury and associated weeklies Stood Up for Journalism today in the face of cutbacks and uncertainty about the future of their titles.

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