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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

#DM18: NUJ launches Journalists Need a Pay Rise campaign

21 April 2018: Union to campaign against poverty wages and heavy workloads, particularly in the local newspapers and books sectors.

Newsquest profits & can afford to pay staff more

11 August 2017: The latest results show Gannett UK made £44.81m profit after tax in 2016.

Newsquest's "shabby scheme" gives new meaning to free newspapers

24 April 2017: Newspapers and websites which publish the most free copy and pictures will win cash prizes.

Proper Pay Matters: the meter is ticking on Newsquest chief’s bumper salary.

31 March 2017: Journalists’ pay is at the top of the agenda at a meeting of NUJ reps on the last day of Local News Matters Week (Saturday 1 April).

Newsquest boss pockets £1.5m as staff denied an across-the-board pay rise for the tenth year running

17 January 2017: Newsquest chief executive Henry Faure Walker collected a pay package worth up to a maximum of £1.5 million – the equivalent to hiring 75 newly qualified journalists.

Bacon butties and a sympathetic ear: day seven of the Newsquest south London strike

25 October 2016: NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet and NUJ president Tim Dawson visit the picket line.

Newsquest south London strike stalls for talks

4 October 2016: The 14-day strike has been postponed as management agreed to talks with ACAS, the arbitration service.

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 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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