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6 December 2018: Journalists working for Newsquest-owned titles in Carlisle, Whitehaven and Workington have agreed to take strike action on Thursday 20 December over poor pay.
Local democracy reporters are improving public interest journalism, but the BBC-funded scheme has some problems
27 November 2018: A NUJ summit of LDRs discussed how getting organised within the union can address collective issues.
23 November 2018: Questions have been asked in Parliament and the NUJ has attempted to answer queries from our members at Johnston Press concerned about the sale.
17 November 2018: The NUJ has called for meaningful guarantees to protect jobs and titles across Johnston Press, following the company’s decision last night to initiate a pre-pack administration process.
12 November 2018: Carlisle chapel of Newsquest Cumbria call on the company to come back to the negotiating table
11 October 2018: Chapel says its priority is to support its network of workplace reps and to get the best possible deal for every NUJ member, whatever happens in the weeks and months ahead.
10 October 2018: Newsquest Cumbria journalists have been forced to meet out of their office to discuss the company's decision to freeze their pay; in eight out of the past 12 years, they have not had a rise.
20 September 2018: The union highlights the challenges facing NUJ members at work and proposes a range of options available to tackle the crisis in the UK media industry
12 September 2018: Further staff cuts have been announced in Wiltshire and Oxford
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