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NUJ reaction to Archant group shedding 17 posts

4 November 2016: The newspaper group is changing its content operation which could result in the loss of up to 57 jobs and the creation of 40 new roles.

Newsquest south London staff back, but on a work to rule

31 October 2016: As the 10-day strike ended, news from the American parent company paved the way for more cuts in the group to make $30m savings.

Government should fund BBC Monitoring, not the licence fee payer, say MPs

30 October 2016: It was a mistake to end Government funding for BBC Monitoring and that change should be reversed, said a Foreign Affairs Committee report.

Government told to stump up for BBC Monitoring

26 October 2016: An MPs' committee was told that BBC Monitoring is the "jewel in the crown" and must be properly funded in the "national interest”.

Newsquest strike South London - picket line update

13 October 2016: Despite the freezing cold temperature, pickets were out in force in Sutton this morning.

Newsquest is toxic, say striking staff

12 October 2016: As Newsquest south London staffers begin strike action today, Thursday 13 October, the union continues to shine a light on the barbarous work practices and conditions journalists suffer at the company.

Newsquest management rebuffs local politicians

28 September 2016: Newsquest management has brushed off concerns from MPs and Assembly members about the situation at their newspapers in south London.

Newsquest South London announces industrial action

23 September 2016: NUJ members will start a work to rule on Thursday 29 September.

Newsquest South London votes to strike

12 September 2016: Newsquest needs to step back and halt its cuts programme.

Newsquest south comes under fire from local politicians

8 September 2016: Newsquest's decision to make further redundancies at its centre in Sutton, leaving just 18 journalists to cover the whole of south London and parts of Kent, has been censured by politicians across the board.

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