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Devastating media cuts in Black Country and Shropshire announced

14 May 2020: Midland News Association proposes to cut more than 20 per cent of entire workforce

Two-thirds of media workers have suffered financially because of the pandemic; and fear worse to come

11 May 2020: As many as 66 per cent of UK media workers have suffered financially because of the pandemic and lockdown, with freelances feeling unsupported by the government’s financial aid package.

NUJ seeks clarity for Jewish News and Jewish Chronicle journalists

15 April 2020: Union reacts to announcements on closures, redundancies and potential merger

Newsquest drops compulsory redundancies in Glasgow after strike threat

12 December 2019: The papers involved were The Herald, The Herald on Sunday, the Glasgow Times, The National and The Sunday National.

NUJ issues JPI Media’s Scottish takeover warning

2 December 2019: Journalists on JPI Media’s Scottish titles have expressed their anxiety over the imminence of a takeover.

Union condemns Newsquest's Christmas cuts

29 November 2019: The NUJ has unfortunately become accustomed to the company wielding the axe on jobs and quality local journalism just before Christmas

Newsquest Glasgow ballot for industrial action

22 November 2019: The ballot will cover editorial staff on The Herald, The Herald on Sunday, the Evening Times, The National and the Sunday National.

Newsquest job cuts announced in Carlisle & Kendal

6 November 2019: Newsquest has announced a new wave of cuts in Cumbria

Edinburgh journalists vent fury over job cuts

20 June 2019: Journalists on the The Scotsman, Edinburgh Evening News and Scotland on Sunday have gone public over the latest round of redundancies.

The NUJ helps members when they face problems at work

15 February 2019: In a rapidly changing digital world and competitive print market, being an NUJ member pays off when dismissal becomes the go-to and easy option for a growing number of employers

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