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Guardian Rejects Paywall, Avoids Redundancies

Uniquely among UK national newspaper publishers, Guardian News and Media has avoided compulsory redundancies. And speaking in the wake of annual results which revealed a sharp reduction in losses, chief executive Andrew Miller said there are no plans for any more job cuts - voluntary or otherwise. Last year GNM sought to cut up to 100 out of 650 journalists. But in February it agreed a deal whereby 58 journalists (50 full-time equivalent positions) took redundancy and the NUJ agreed to find other ways to cut £7 million from the annual editorial budget.

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