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A hundred editorial jobs go at the Guardian

17 March 2016: Job cuts a "major blow" for staff and for journalism, says NUJ

NUJ and Guardian reach settlement

27 February 2013: The NUJ has reached agreement with the Guardian and Observer as compulsory redundancies have been withdrawn.

Overwhelming vote for strike action at Guardian and Observer

5 February 2013: Journalists on the Guardian and Observer have voted overwhelmingly for strike action over compulsory redundancies.

Guardian plans to cut 100 jobs

11 November 2009: The Guardian Media Group has announced plans to axe 100 jobs in the editorial and commercial departments.

Plans for smaller Observer newspaper announced

10 November 2009: Guardian News and Media have announced plans to cut Observer paper down to four sections, consisting of news and sport alongside a Review section and magazine and a single monthly supplement.

Hundreds turn out to support The Observer

22 September 2009: Hundreds of people packed a Stand Up for The Observer public meeting in London last night to celebrate the world's oldest Sunday newspaper, which had been threatened with closure.

Observer saved – NUJ seeks more reassurances

17 September 2009: Guardian Media has announced that it is saving The Observer as a Sunday title.

Guardian managament decline invite to Observer rally

9 September 2009: Guardian management has declined a Press Gazette invitation to send a representative to the Stand Up for the Observer public meeting in London later this month.

Guardian staff join battle to save The Observer

14 August 2009: Guardian journalists have unanimously condemned proposals to downgrade their sister newspaper, the 200-year-old Observer.

Guardian/Observer journalists back local colleagues

20 March 2009: Journalists on the Guardian and Observer in London have backed colleagues on the local titles in their group who are fighting against massive job cuts and almost certain compulsory redundancies.

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