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30 August 2011

South Yorkshire Newspapers strike now in seventh week

Striking journalists travelled to London on 25 August to present a 3,000 signature petition to the CEO of parent company Johnston Press

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Support demo for NUJ strikers at South Yorkshire Newspapers, 6.8.11, photo Alistair Tice

10 August 2011

Demonstration in support of four-week south Yorkshire NUJ strike

Chants of "No more Murdochs, support the strike" rang through Doncaster as protesters demonstrated their support for striking journalists

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3 August 2011

Workplace news in brief

Action to save our libraries: Planned strike action by Lambeth libraries staff for 22 July was postponed as the council management conceded that there will be no compulsory redundancies, writes Andy Tullis, Lambeth Unison.

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South Yorkshire newspapers NUJ strike, July-Aug 2011

1 August 2011

Huston - we have a problem!

National Union of Journalists members in Doncaster, Selby and Mexborough are now in the third week of indefinite strike action

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Picketing in Coventry, BBC NUJ strike 1.8.11

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1 August 2011

BBC journalists take second day of strike action

Despite a large number of staff holidays during August, numbers at the picket line in Leeds remained high today

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20 July 2011

South Yorkshire journalists start all-out strike

Twenty NUJ journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers have marched out on a unanimous, indefinite strike over greedy owners Johnston Press's latest efforts to hack their jobs

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15 July 2011

Strike solid at BBC Leeds office

With over 20 journalists attending the picket lines during the day and just a handful of managers and contractors putting out a skeletal broadcast, the BBC strike was fairly solid in Leeds

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13 July 2011

BBC journalists to strike on Friday

Journalists at the BBC are to strike on Friday 15 July over compulsory redundancies

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13 July 2011

South Yorkshire journalists on indefinite strike from Friday

The South Yorkshire National Union of Journalists (NUJ) newspapers chapel voted unanimously for an all-out indefinite strike from Friday 15 July...

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NUJ strike at Newsquest, photo Nick Chaffey

NUJ strike at Newsquest, photo Nick Chaffey

27 April 2011

Striking for jobs

Around 100 people followed a funeral cortege, complete with incense, a coffin and the grim reaper to mark the 'near death' of north London and Hertfordshire newspapers in the Tindle group, writes Paul Kershaw.

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22 April 2011

Journalists in north London strike for more staff

Around one hundred people followed a funeral cortege complete with incense, a coffin and the grim reaper to mark the 'near death' of north London and Hertfordshire newspapers in the Tindle group

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13 April 2011

NUJ conference calls for general strike

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has become the first trade union to call for a 24 hour general strike, writes A conference delegate.

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8 April 2011

NUJ conference calls for the TUC to organise a 24-hour general strike

The NUJ conference taking place in Southport has voted for the TUC to be called on to organise a 24-hour general strike against the government's cuts onslaught...

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Journalists, members of the NUJ, on strike at Newsquest in Southampton, photo Nick Chaffey

Journalists, members of the NUJ, on strike at Newsquest in Southampton, photo Nick Chaffey

12 January 2011

Darlington: Newsquest strikes continue to spread

Joining fellow Newsquest staff around the country, members of the National Union of Journalists at the Northern Echo and its sister papers in Darlington held a solid strike on 6 and 7 January...

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5 January 2011

More pay strikes at Newsquest papers

Journalists at the Southern Daily Echo in Southampton, part of Newsquest, are striking from 5-7 January...

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Southampton journalists on strike, photo Nick Chaffey

Southampton journalists on strike, photo Nick Chaffey

7 December 2010

Journalists strike at Newsquest in Southampton

Large numbers of striking NUJ members in Southampton formed pickets early this morning to intensify pressure on Newsquest over their dispute on pay, pensions terms and conditions...

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17 November 2010

Workplace news in brief

Southampton strike: NUJ members mounted a successful picket at the Daily Echo offices in Southampton last week as part of their fight for decent pay...

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9 November 2010

Pay, pensions and productivity strike at Southampton Daily Echo

In the pouring rain, NUJ members mounted a successful picket at the Daily Echo offices in Southampton as part of their fight for decent pay...

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5 November 2010

BBC staff fight for pensions: picket line reports

Updated 9/11/10 Programmes and services across the BBC have been affected on Friday 5 November by members of the NUJ taking industrial action to stop attacks on their pensions...

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8 July 2009

South West Wales Media: Fight for jobs, defend conditions

Union members at South West Wales Media - the parent company of the Evening Post, Llanelli Star and Carmarthen Journal newspapers - are considering taking action in response to a management restructuring plan that will see jobs axed, workload increased by 25%, and shift times for some staff substant, writes An NUJ member.

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