Tag Archives: NUJ
As part of the agreement we’ve been granted a part-time reporter position, this advert was published in our papers last week: Anyone interested in applying needs to send a CV and covering letter to our editor Gary O’Keeffe.
Monday night saw the NUJ launch their national campaign to save local newspapers in Enfield. New general secretary of the union Michelle Stanistreet addressed a gathering of residents from Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and parts of south Hertfordshire about the problems … Continue reading
Here is a leaflet from the NUJ about the campaign launch on Monday: We hope you can come and join us.
THE Enfield Nine have called off their second strike following concessions from management. Following a successful day of negotiations Tindle has agreed to reverse its policy of non-replacement agreeing to a six month moratorium on present staffing levels – guaranteeing … Continue reading
Last week Andy Love MP tabled an EDM about our dispute and the NUJ Parliamentary Group wrote to Sir Ray Tindle. Here is an extract of the letter inviting him to meet with a delegation of MPs and trade union representatives … Continue reading
THIS week the NUJ Parliamentary Group received a briefing on our situation and in response yesterday Edmonton MP Andy Love lodged an Early Daily Motion alerting the House of Commons to our plight and calling on Sir Ray Tindle to meet with … Continue reading
Members of the Enfield Nine have just returned from addressing various NUJ meetings about our strike. Chief photographer Anne-Marie Sanderson and sub editor James Lowe were invited to a branch meeting of the London Freelance Branch at the House of … Continue reading
It’s been… emotional. Two weeks of strike action, 6,000 leaflets handed out, 48 articles (and counting) written about us, two BBC radio interviews, hundreds of letters in support, countless hours of labour, nine journalists. All because management would not give … Continue reading
Here are the edited highlights of our first week on strike. The 11 minute movie features singing outside our office in Enfield Town, an interview with deputy general secretary of the NUJ Michelle Stanistreet, the mock-funeral of North London and … Continue reading