Members of the NUJ journalists’ union at Express Newspapers voted on Monday of this week to call off a three day strike set for Tuesday to Thursday.
The chapel (workplace union branch) meetings in London and Broughton, near Preston, voted to accept a deal that will lead to talks on productivity that journalists have been demanding.
They voted to accept a pay rise of 3 percent.
Management has also agreed to discuss bringing work back in-house.
Workers across the Express struck on 4 April.
The Express Newspapers’ journalists had originally voted to reject the 3 percent offer.