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Swindon Newsquest strike: day two

3 January 2018: Some of the placards were slightly battered, but spirits remained high on the picket line outside the Swindon Advertiser.

Soggy strikers win support for the cause

2 January 2018: Journalists on the Swindon Advertiser started their two-day strike over poverty pay

London Assembly's Fiona Twycross visits picket line

27 October 2016: It's day nine on the picket line and the strike is going fine.

Bacon butties and a sympathetic ear: day seven of the Newsquest south London strike

25 October 2016: NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet and NUJ president Tim Dawson visit the picket line.

Back on the picket line and still up for the fight

24 October 2016: Newsquest south London strike back on for five more days.

Newsquest south London journalists back on strike for a week on Monday

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.

Newsquest strikers come out in force in North West and London

25 June 2014: Huge support for strikers protesting against the transfer of editorial production to Wales, the loss of jobs and closure of newspaper offices.

NUJ support for BECTU living wage campaign at Brixton Ritzy

16 April 2014: BECTU members' second strike for a Living Wage at Brixton Ritzy is on Friday 18 April 5pm to 3am Saturday and again on Saturday 19 April 6am to 3am Sunday. Visit the picket line.

DM 2012: Fighting for an independent, campaigning union

5 October 2012: Fighting for an independent, campaigning union: Michelle Stanistreet's speech to DM.

Leading photographer and trade unionist Martin Jenkinson dies aged 64

28 June 2012: Martin Jenkinson, who has died aged 64, was a leading photographer and trade unionist, and a former member of the NUJ National Executive Council.

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