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21 April 2008: NUJ members at Express Newspapers in London and Broughton have voted to accept a deal that will lead to long-hoped-for talks on productivity.
1 February 2008: The NUJ has called on Afghan president Hamid Karzai to overturn a death sentence handed down to journalism student Sayed Parwez Kambakhsh.
28 January 2008: NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen resumed their strike today.
15 January 2008: NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen will strike for three days next week.
11 January 2008: NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action to support their pay claim.
10 January 2008: Potential industrial action at The Press in York has been suspended for last-minute talks on multimedia working and pensions.
6 December 2007: Employers are putting quality journalism under threat by failing to invest in the journalists who staff their multi-media newsrooms.
5 December 2007: Two NUJ chapels are preparing to ballot for industrial action over plans by Newsquest’s Scrooge-like bosses to increase employee contributions to its pension scheme.
30 November 2007: Some of the UK’s biggest media companies have been named in an NUJ submission to the TUC on vulnerable workers.
3 August 2007: The emergency committee of the NUJ's national executive has unanimously ruled that the controversial Drogheda Independent house agreement can be signed.