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NUJ reaction to Gannett acquisition

6 August 2019: Going forward the NUJ plans to work with colleagues in America to fully assess the impact

Gannett warning to police about the NUJ ends in friendly chat

20 May 2019: Chris Morley, the NUJ's Newsquest coordinator, received an email out of the blue to his personal email address from a local police chief

Union hails Newsquest's "incredibly talented & dedicated reporters" at Gannett AGM

17 May 2019: Union representatives address the company's shareholders, executives and employees

NUJ speaks up for Newsquest journalists at Gannett AGM

16 May 2019: At the annual meeting the union will highlight the plight of Newsquest staff

Newsquest must not use public funds to deliver profits

8 May 2019: Company aims for substantial expansion, robust cost control and pays chief executive £543,000

Newsquest staff fear being collateral of hostile bid by “vulture capitalist” company

11 April 2019: Journalists working for Newsquest have asked for more clarity about the hostile take-over bid by MGN Enterprises for its parent US company, Gannett.

NUJ reacts to Gannett takeover bid

14 January 2019: Union expresses grave concern about US publisher's bid for Newsquest parent Gannett

Corporate greed drives Newsquest Stourbridge cuts, says NUJ

12 September 2018: Proportionate to existing staffing levels, the latest Stourbridge proposals represents a huge cut, staff reporters were culled just over a year ago, and the Worcester-based group editor was made redundant in December last year

Don't tar all newspapers with the same brush, celebrate quality

30 March 2017: As part of local news matters week, Gill Oliver says don't dismiss hard work and hard-won original stories.

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.

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