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TUC Congress backs NUJ cricitism of Digital Britain policy

15 September 2009: The British Trades Union Congress has condemned government broadcasting policy as "woefully inadequate".

Penguin Books announce plans to cut 100 jobs

9 July 2009: Penguin Books in London have announced plans to cut 100 jobs.

NUJ seeks compensation for Scottish Newsquest journalists

29 May 2009: The NUJ is to seek compensation that could total two million pounds for journalists who were forced to reapply for their own jobs at the Glasgow Herald group.

Guardian Media agrees pay rises and fewer job cuts

15 April 2009: A redundancy deal at Guardian Media Group in Manchester will mean pay rises for weekly-paper journalists moving into the group's city centre office.

Agreement reached with BBC over South Asia service jobs

2 April 2009: The NUJ and BECTU have reached an agreement with the BBC in respect of the dispute over jobs at the South Asia service.

Trade unionists in south west back fight to save media jobs

31 March 2009: Trade unionists in the south west of England have joined the fight to save journalists’ jobs in the region.

Chapel solidarity saves jobs at Derry Journal

13 March 2009: The dispute over cutbacks and restructuring at the Derry Journal has been resolved without any compulsory redundancies.

NUJ Black members applaud BBC South Asian strikers

10 March 2009: The NUJ Black members conference applauded the stand taken by colleagues at the BBC World Service's South Asian section, who took 24 hours strike action against outsourcing on Thursday 26 February.

Jobs saved at Shropshire Newspapers after strike threat

6 March 2009: Determined campaigning by an NUJ workplace chapel in the English Midlands has stopped five compulsory redundancies.

Spirits high on Yorkshire Post Newspapers picket line

18 February 2009: The Yorkshire Post and Yorkshire Evening Post newsrooms were deserted today as NUJ members continued their fight for jobs and quality journalism.

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