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Stressed-out staff ballot for strike action at Newsquest titles in London

22 August 2016: Journalists on Newsquest titles in London are balloting for industrial action over inadequate staffing levels, excessive workloads, reduced quality of newspapers, the health and safety of employees, plus pay.

Newsquest London strike pauses for talks

30 June 2015: The 12-day Newsquest London strike has been put on pause to allow negotiations to take place.

Newsquest London strikes, still going strong

23 June 2015: Many hundreds of messages of support are flooding in as Newsquest staff in London and the south east continue their strikes. Support them at @cutsquest and @NUJofficial

News Shopper staff start two-day strike in Newsquest dispute

22 June 2015: Journalists striking in London and the south east say they are even more resolved as management refuses to negotiation and rows back on agreement to pay London Living Wage. Follow @Cutsquest for all the news.

Twelve-day London Newsquest strike begins

18 June 2015: Journalists in south London started a 12-day strike over pay and conditions after talks failed to make enough progress.

12-day London newspapers' strike to start on Thursday

12 June 2015: The strike action at Newsquest (South London) will now take place between Thursday 18 June and Wednesday 1 July.

Twelve-day strike set for Newsquest titles in south London

9 June 2015: The strike, to be followed by a work to rule, has been called over redundancies, staffing levels and pay.

Strikes set for Newsquest titles in south London

5 June 2015: Action called over redundancies, staffing levels and pay. NUJ writes to Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.

NUJ ballots Newsquest South London for action on jobs, cuts and closures

22 May 2015: The union is balloting Newsquest South London NUJ members.

Newsquest announce more journalist redundancies across London

13 May 2015: The company have announced plans to cut jobs, restructure and reduce costs following a review of the editorial departments across all South London titles.