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NUJ delegation quizzes Trinity Mirror at AGM

3 May 2018: The union's letter to shareholders outlined concerns about the level of redundancies, the company's digital strategy, the gender pay gap and TM's failure to protect journalist sources.

On-the-ground journalists must have their say in the government's press inquiry, says the NUJ

12 March 2018: Dame Frances Cairncross has been appointed as chair of the DCMS's review of press sustainability in the UK.

Trinity Mirror's 18 per cent gender pay gap shows it must reach out to its women staff

5 March 2018: The newspaper group also announced it will be changing its name to Reach.

NUJ says editorial roles must be protected after Express take-over deal

9 February 2018: The "brilliant journalists" on the Mirror and Express newspapers must not be casualties of the £126.7m Trinity Mirror deal.

NUJ pays tribute to FT member Paul McClean

15 September 2017: Union pays tribute and expresses sympathy to family, colleagues and friends.

NUJ seeks reassurances on potential Express & Trinity Mirror deal

8 September 2017: Union raises concerns on media plurlaity and impact on staff.

FT statement on #equal pay

3 August 2017: When the FT Group chapel discovered the gender gap among journalists at the organisation was 13 per cent, it took action.

Trinity Mirror chiefs remain bullish as company reports 16 per cent drop in revenue

4 May 2017: At the company's agm, the NUJ challenged the board about the company's failure to protect a journalist's source.

Collective agreement sign of good staff and employer relations at the FT

31 March 2017: Journalists at Financial Publishing, the magazine arm of the Financial Times, have signed a new house agreement, including sabbaticals and improved starting salaries, for all UK-based staff.

A sad day for British journalism

19 March 2016: NUJ reaction to closure of the Independent on Sunday.

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