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21 July 2020: NUJ reps have decided their collective response to the proposed job cuts
17 December 2019: The union wants the company to resource a new, cost-effective base for journalists in town
5 July 2018: Liverpool Echo journalists, Emilia Bona and Josh Parry, win plaudits at the TUC's LGBT+ conference
2 July 2018: The NUJ is fighting compulsory redundancies following a merger of journalist roles at the Manchester Evening News and Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
21 June 2018: NUJ reacts to the deal combining Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell Media Group.
3 May 2018: The union's letter to shareholders outlined concerns about the level of redundancies, the company's digital strategy, the gender pay gap and TM's failure to protect journalist sources.
22 March 2018: These job losses are added to 49 lost in February as part of the same roll-out of its digital, "Live" brand.
9 March 2018: The Derby and Burton branch of the NUJ has written to the Trinity Mirror chair asking him to save the Burton Mail from merging with Derbyshire Live - in a different county.
8 March 2018: The NUJ put the gender-pay gap and parity on maternity benefits for freelances on the agenda of the TUC's Women's Conference, as International Women's Day was celebrated.
5 March 2018: The newspaper group also announced it will be changing its name to Reach.