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Prosecution of undercover journalist dropped

27 August 2009: An NUJ member who was arrested after she went undercover to investigate the treatment of elderly people will not face prosecution.

Trinity Mirror to meet NUJ negotiators as strike ends

27 April 2009: NUJ negotiators are due to meet senior executives of the Daily Record/Sunday Mail in Glasgow today following a solidly-backed wave of industrial action against compulsory redundancies at the Trinity Mirror-owned titles.

Salmond meets NUJ over Trinity Mirror strike

24 April 2009: Scotland's First Minster, Alex Salmond, supports NUJ leaders in their attempts to solve the problem of compulsory job cuts at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail.

Scottish Parliament calls on Trinity Mirror to 'listen to reason'

23 April 2009: The Scottish Parliament has voted by a massive majority to back a motion calling on the bosses of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail to "listen to reason" before making compulsory redundancies.

Glasgow Trinity Mirror staff escalate strike action

14 April 2009: Journalists at the Glasgow-based Daily Record and Sunday Mail are preparing for a substantial escalation in industrial action.

Jobs summit vows to back co-ordinated campaign

26 January 2009: About 150 NUJ members from all sectors of the media have vowed to support a co-ordinated campaign against job cuts and pay freezes.

Holyrood politicians condemn Newsquest

8 January 2009: Scottish politicians queued up to condemn newspaper publisher, Newsquest, in a parliamentary debate on the future of Glasgow's Herald & Times Group.

Leading politicians rally behind Herald journalists

4 December 2008: Scottish and Westminster politicians are concerned that journalists on The Glasgow Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times are being threatened with redundancy and told to reapply for their own jobs.

BBC Scotland boss challenged to face staff over cuts 

3 December 2008: Angry journalists at the BBC in Scotland have called on their boss to face a staff meeting to explain how more cuts can be implemented without damaging the quality of programmes.

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