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11 October 2018: Chapel says its priority is to support its network of workplace reps and to get the best possible deal for every NUJ member, whatever happens in the weeks and months ahead.
16 February 2016: The NUJ chapel passed a motion condemning the closure of the daily and Sunday newspapers and voiced fears about its digital future.
11 February 2016: Union says staff on the Independent titles need to know Lededev's plans following proposed sale of the i newspaper to Johnston Press.
23 July 2015: Pearson has announced its sale of the Financial Times to Nikkei Inc. for £844 million in cash.
15 September 2011: NUJ members at Newsquest Cheshire and Merseyside took part in a one-day strike yesterday and have today started a work-to-rule.
14 September 2011: NUJ members at Newsquest Cheshire and Merseyside have taken strike action today in response to Newsquest's announcement to make five compulsory redundancies across the division.
25 May 2011: Journalists are insisting that the BBC guarantees the protection of quality and standards of the Radio Times and the corporation's other programme-related magazines in the event of a sale.
15 February 2011: Workers at Dublin's troubled Sunday Tribune have called on the board of Independent News and Media to enter into negotiations with the NUJ on possible severance terms.
3 August 2009: Trinity Mirror group has been accused of closing weekly titles in the West Midlands while negotiations were in hand to sell them as going concerns.
11 February 2009: The Johnston Press group has placed 13 regional titles in the Republic of Ireland, including the Leinster Leader group, on the market.