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Gazette, Advertiser and Barnet Press: "Enfield nine strike a deal with Tindle"

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"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 that if anyone in editorial leaves over this period, they will be replaced. They have also agreed an extra reporter to work for half the week, to help out with the current workload. The situation after six months will then be reviewed."

Enfield hosts the launch of a national, National Union of Journalists campaign on Monday, July 4, to save local newspapers. It starts at 6.30pm, at The Dugdale Centre in Thomas Hardy House, 39 London Road, Enfield, EN2 6DS.

There will be a range of speakers, followed by a Q&A session with The Enfield Nine. All are welcome.

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