Journalists who took to the picket line dressed as cowboys to protest against job cuts at newspapers in South London last week are to stage a four-day strike next week.
The journalists from Newsquest South London are striking because nine posts are up for redundancy and a sports and leisure department based at Sutton in Surrey is to be closed.
Around 38 union members took to the picket line outside the Twickenham and Sutton offices during the last stoppage in opposition to eight job cuts that will see the remaining news reporters taking on extra work.
The latest stoppage will begin on Monday and continue until Thursday 30 June.
National Union of Journalists’ mother-of-chapel Thais Portilho-Shrimpton said: “We have not yet heard from management following our two days of strike last week, Wednesday and Thursday.”
Managing director of the company Roger Mills was not available for comment at the time of going to press.