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Johnston Press staff pay for failed management

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.

Thomson Reuters journalists reject pay offer

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.

Regional journalists join forces to fight job cuts

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.

Pay rise snatched away by Newsquest in York

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.

UK gender pay gap widening

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.

Express strike threat lifted

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.

Milton Keynes Citizen strike enters second week

28 January 2008: NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen resumed their strike today.

Milton Keynes Citizen sets strike dates

15 January 2008: NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen will strike for three days next week.

Johnston Press journalists in Milton Keynes set to strike

11 January 2008: NUJ members at the Milton Keynes Citizen have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action to support their pay claim.

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