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Newsquest drops compulsory redundancies in Glasgow after strike threat

12 December 2019: The papers involved were The Herald, The Herald on Sunday, the Glasgow Times, The National and The Sunday National.

Overwhelming mandate for strike action at Newsquest in Scotland

10 December 2019: The ballot covers The Herald, The Herald on Sunday, the Evening Times (recently re-launched as the Glasgow Times), The National and the Sunday National.

Newsquest Glasgow ballot for industrial action

22 November 2019: The ballot will cover editorial staff on The Herald, The Herald on Sunday, the Evening Times, The National and the Sunday National.

Independent News & Media industrial action ballot result

1 February 2019: NUJ members have voted in favour of action and the union still willing to engage with the company

FT chief executive's offer to return £510,000 pay increase fails to meet staff demands

15 August 2018: The Financial Times chapel has called for greater clarity on the CEO's offer, asking if it will address the gender pay gap and low pay in parts of the organisation.

Al Jazeera strike suspended

7 May 2018: Strike planned for Wednesday has been suspended.

Unions at Al Jazeera English vote for industrial action over pay

27 March 2018: Three years of negotiations and no movement on pay has resulted in a strong mandate for industrial action.

#Ingoodcompany - celebrating independent, quality, ethical journalism & the Real Lives strike

14 February 2018: On Valentines day the NUJ called on members to say why they love quality, ethical journalism and to celebrate the 1985 Real Lives strike.

Strike ballot result at Irish union

5 May 2017: NUJ and SIPTU members employed by the ASTI trade union have voted for industrial action.

Strike ballot & dismal working conditions at Newsquest South London

28 November 2016: NUJ chapel reassures Newsquest that they are united and determined in opposition to the reckless and illogical cuts.

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