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FT workers vote to ballot over jobs

13 February 2009: Journalists at the Financial Times have voted to ballot for industrial action if talks with management does not stop compulsory redundancies.

Sir Alan Ayckbourn sends support to Yorkshire journalists

13 February 2009: Sir Alan Ayckbourn, the Scarborough-based playwright, has sent his support to Yorkshire journalists who are due to strike next week over job cuts.

Sentinel executives urged to give up bonus and company car

12 February 2009: The NUJ has called on bosses at Sentinel newspapers in Stoke to give up their company cars to save jobs.

Yorkshire Post and Evening Post journalists to strike

12 February 2009: Journalists at a Leeds-based publisher are to hold two four-day strikes over job cuts.

Kerryman plans to cut three journalist jobs

10 February 2009: Management at The Kerryman newspaper in Tralee has announced plans to make three three journalists redundant.

More than 800 journalists plan action against cuts

6 February 2009: More than 800 journalists across Britain and Ireland are gearing up for industrial action to oppose job cuts and defend quality journalism.

More than 90% back call for ballot at Independent

4 February 2009: Journalists at the Independent in London have voted by a huge majority to ballot for industrial action over job cuts.

Newsquest York agrees to talk after chapel action

3 February 2009: Newsquest bosses in York have agreed to talks after journalists held their second lunchtime work stoppage in two days in protest about possible cutbacks.

Journalists in Shropshire ballot as cuts announced

2 February 2009: Journalists in Shropshire are to ballot for industrial action after management announced compulsory redundancies.

Derry Journal journalists to ballot for industrial action

28 January 2009: The NUJ chapel at the Derry Journal is to ballot over industrial action in response to plans to push through compulsory redundancies.

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