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5 December 2008: Johnston Press has announced a pay freeze, reneging on a number of two- and three-year pay deals that have already been agreed.
4 December 2008: NUJ members at Thomson Reuters in London have unanimously rejected a 1 per cent pay offer and agreed to hold a ballot for industrial action.
1 December 2008: Media owners were guilty of grand larceny and reckless cost-cutting, the NUJ said today as figures revealed hundreds of jobs were being cut at profitable newspaper groups.
21 November 2008: Local Newsquest managers in York have reneged on a 3 per cent pay deal that had already been agreed, citing a pay freeze.
17 November 2008: Ninety years after journalists on national newspapers in England secured one of the first equal pay agreements, the gap between men’s and women’s wages is growing.
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.
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.