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Drastic cuts to the BBC's political coverage "a disservice to viewers"

18 July 2018: NUJ says it will fight any compulsory redundancies and said the cuts to Parliamentary programming made no sense in the context of Brexit and the current political landscape.

More jobs to go in the north west as Reach pursues its digital strategy

2 July 2018: The NUJ is fighting compulsory redundancies following a merger of journalist roles at the Manchester Evening News and Huddersfield Daily Examiner.

NUJ response to information given to a Holyrood committee by STV CEO Simon Pitts

7 June 2018: NUJ says union cannot agree to STV restructuring plans.

#DM18: Pledges to campaign for properly-funded S4C

21 April 2018: The Welsh-speaking broadcaster should be funded and managed from Wales, DM agreed.

#DM18: Future of the media

20 April 2018: On Friday morning delegates agree the first set of campaigning priorities for the next two years.

Trinity Mirror’s digital branding destroys a further 49 editorial jobs

22 March 2018: These job losses are added to 49 lost in February as part of the same roll-out of its digital, "Live" brand.

Staff on BBC's flagship Panorama say cuts have dealt the programme a 'terminal blow'

19 January 2018: The number of full-time producers are due to be cut from seven to four

NUJ condemns cruel Christmas redundancies as more journalists vote for strike action

21 December 2017: Journalists working for Newsquest in Darlington have voted for industrial action. In Swindon this week NUJ members were told they are being made redundant in meetings lasting less than 10 minutes.

BuzzFeed jobs cuts "chilling for the whole media industry", says the NUJ

8 December 2017: BuzzFeed is to cut 45 of its 140 staff in London, including 24 journalists who face redundancy.

NUJ calls for consultation on plans for Isle of Wight County Press

21 November 2017: Since taking over the County Press, Newsquest has called for voluntary redundancies.

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