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IFJ and EFJ back Newsquest strike

19 June 2015: The International Federation of Journalists and European Federation of Journalists "stand squarely behind the NUJ and its members working for Newsquest in South London".

Twelve-day London Newsquest strike begins

18 June 2015: Journalists in south London started a 12-day strike over pay and conditions after talks failed to make enough progress.

Birmingham MPs protest against local paper redundancies

16 June 2015: Ten Birmingham MPs have written to Simon Fox, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, to protest about his plans to cut jobs at the Birmingham Post and Mail.

Votes of no confidence over 'click-bait' targets

12 June 2015: Trinity Mirror group journalists are in revolt over being forced to write "click-bait" stories and new targets to measure their work by the "click-ability" of their stories on the web.

12-day London newspapers' strike to start on Thursday

12 June 2015: The strike action at Newsquest (South London) will now take place between Thursday 18 June and Wednesday 1 July.

Rotherham Advertiser FoC reinstated

10 June 2015: 24-hour strike called off as Phil Turner's job is saved and management agrees to sign a new house agreement.

Roll call of newspaper closures, launches and job losses

9 June 2015: List of title closures, mergers and launches of newspapers & websites, plus log of local news job losses.

Twelve-day strike set for Newsquest titles in south London

9 June 2015: The strike, to be followed by a work to rule, has been called over redundancies, staffing levels and pay.

Coventry MPs condemn job cuts

8 June 2015: Coventry MPs have written to the editor of the Coventry Telegraph to protest about the six redundancies on the paper, proposed by Trinity Mirror.

Strikes set for Newsquest titles in south London

5 June 2015: Action called over redundancies, staffing levels and pay. NUJ writes to Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.

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