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Italian government threatens to cut indirect state funding to newspapers

18 September 2018: Unions condemn potential ban on state-owned companies advertising in newspapers

Journalists knocked sideways by more Newsquest cuts

12 September 2018: Further staff cuts have been announced in Wiltshire and Oxford

Corporate greed drives Newsquest Stourbridge cuts, says NUJ

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

NUJ expresses condolences, solidarity & support for Capital Gazette

29 June 2018: The killings of journalists doing their jobs at the Capital Gazette is a shocking and devastating blow, says union leader

#DM18: Setting the scene by sector

19 April 2018: Members met by sector to discuss their priorities and share information.

Huge gender pay gap revealed in the media industry

5 April 2018: Women are being paid less, promoted less and lose out on bonuses and the union is urging its chapels to challenge their managements.

Trinity Mirror announce savage job cuts after chief exec brags over profits

16 February 2018: Union reacts to newspaper publishing giant Trinity Mirror announcing a further 49 redundancies.

NUJ condemns cruel Christmas redundancies as more journalists vote for strike action

21 December 2017: Journalists working for Newsquest in Darlington have voted for industrial action. In Swindon this week NUJ members were told they are being made redundant in meetings lasting less than 10 minutes.

Swindon journalists announce poverty pay strike as Newsquest makes £4m profit

19 December 2017: Journalists at the Swindon Advertiser announce strike action on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 January.

Stop the redundancies at Donegal Democrat & negotiate, says NUJ

16 November 2017: The company's current proposals will have a detrimental impact on the local community and quality journalism.

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