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Pay dispute at Al Jazeera English goes into arbitration

3 May 2018: Al Jazeera management has agreed to talks following a vote for strike action next week by the broadcaster's staff.

#DM18: BBC members see a national strike on the horizon

21 April 2018: DM also offers solidarity to Red Bee Media and Al-Araby

#Ingoodcompany - celebrating independent, quality, ethical journalism & the Real Lives strike

14 February 2018: On Valentines day the NUJ called on members to say why they love quality, ethical journalism and to celebrate the 1985 Real Lives strike.

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

Swindon journalists strike for two days over poverty pay

2 January 2018: Staff at the Newsquest-owned Swindon Advertiser say they are fed up with being treated with contempt by their management.

Messages of support for Swindon Advertiser journalists

1 January 2018: Members have sent messages of solidarity to the strikers in Swindon and written to Newsquest management

NUJ condemns cruel Christmas redundancies as more journalists vote for strike action

21 December 2017: Journalists working for Newsquest in Darlington have voted for industrial action. In Swindon this week NUJ members were told they are being made redundant in meetings lasting less than 10 minutes.

Swindon journalists announce poverty pay strike as Newsquest makes £4m profit

19 December 2017: Journalists at the Swindon Advertiser announce strike action on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 January.

Newsquest south London staff back, but on a work to rule

31 October 2016: As the 10-day strike ended, news from the American parent company paved the way for more cuts in the group to make $30m savings.

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