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NUJ signs letter criticising Scottish government for breaches of FOI law

1 June 2017: Scottish journalists have accused MSPs of failing statutory duties in respect of Freedom of Information requests.

Forty five jobs at risk on Trinity Mirror titles

4 June 2015: Trinity Mirror has announced it is to cut 19 jobs in Birmingham and six jobs in Coventry. Twenty jobs are also at risk in Scotland.

Leading Scots NUJ activist Ron Bowie dies aged 62

21 November 2011: Ron Bowie, one of the most well-respected figures within Scottish journalism, has died at the age of 62.

Save the Daily Record & Sunday Mail

8 July 2011: The NUJ is demanding that Trinity Mirror reconsider its plans to axe jobs at the Daily Record & Sunday Mail.

Thousands of jobs lost throughout journalism

15 June 2011: The flow of vital news and information to the public is threatened by continuing savage cuts to jobs in newspapers and broadcasting, the NUJ has warned.

Salmond attacks 'extraordinary level' of Daily Record and Sunday Mail cuts

8 June 2011: Scotland's First Minister has questioned "the extraordinary level of redundancies being contemplated at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail".

Journalists and trade unionists pay tribute to Harry Conroy

2 May 2010: Harry Conroy, NUJ Member of Honour and dedicated unionist, has died aged 67.

Popular Scottish journalist Joe Owens dies aged 44

3 December 2009: Popular Scottish journalist Joe Owens died on the Isle of Wight last week; he would have celebrated his 45th birthday later this month.

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.

Newcastle journalists join compulsory job cuts fightback

10 July 2009: More than 80 NUJ members working for Trinity Mirror in the north east of England are to ballot for industrial action over job cuts.

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