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Trinity Mirror staff ask why they are getting a 1 per cent pay deal as company announces a 20 per cent profit
31 July 2017: As shareholders at TM can look forward to a dividend pay-out of 7.1 per cent and the company forecasts a profit of 19.6 per cent, the NUJ is asking why staff have been offered a deal which is essentially a pay cut.
25 July 2017: NUJ members were shocked at the scale of proposed job losses and the union has now submitted a list of demands to the company.
6 July 2017: Chapel members have implored the shareholders to give the existing management three months to develop a business plan and a long term strategy for the County Press.
29 June 2017: Grenfell Tower's horrific fire is a matter of public interest. The public has a right to know and there is no justification for discussions behind closed doors, the union says.
7 June 2017: Grant money returned to the Welsh Government from Newsquest, after it shut its subbing hub in Newport, should be used to aid local newspapers, says the NUJ.
10 May 2017: After closing its subbing hub in Newport, Newsquest is stopping production in Weymouth ending what the NUJ has called a monumentally-mistaken policy.
9 May 2017: The union said local newspapers must take care to label bought wraparound features from politcial parties clearly as advertisements.
4 May 2017: At the company's agm, the NUJ challenged the board about the company's failure to protect a journalist's source.
24 April 2017: Newspapers and websites which publish the most free copy and pictures will win cash prizes.
10 April 2017: Summary of the union's campaign week of action in spring 2017.