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25 October 2016: NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet and NUJ president Tim Dawson visit the picket line.
24 October 2016: Newsquest south London strike back on for five more days.
21 October 2016: Those wh are left will be back on the picket line protesting against plans for 12 reporters to cover news, sport and leisure across 11 newspapers and associated websites under a single content editor.
17 October 2016: Politicians, chapels and branches pledge donations and support to the strikers.
17 October 2016: Journalists in south London are now on a 10-day strike against plans which will result in 12 reporters covering news, sport and leisure across 11 newspapers and eight websites.
13 October 2016: The union has delivered a company-wide wage and benefits claim for journalists which would be worth more than £1,500 or 7.6 per cent to a reporter on a £20,000 salary.
13 October 2016: Despite the freezing cold temperature, pickets were out in force in Sutton this morning.
12 October 2016: As Newsquest south London staffers begin strike action today, Thursday 13 October, the union continues to shine a light on the barbarous work practices and conditions journalists suffer at the company.
4 October 2016: The 14-day strike has been postponed as management agreed to talks with ACAS, the arbitration service.
29 September 2016: Journalists working on newspapers owned by Newsquest in south London have voted to hold a 14-day strike starting next Thursday in response to company plans to put nearly all the newsroom staff at risk of redundancy.