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Important Information about using the National Union of Journalist' website

The National Union of Journalists whose Head Office is Headland House, 308-312 Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X 8DP.

While every effort is made to ensure that the information on these pages is accurate and up-to-date, it should not be treated as a complete and authoritative statement of the Law and the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies and their consequences. The information contained on this site is not a substitute for legal advice or advice in respect of any other matters arising out of membership of the Union and only applies in England and Wales. If you do have a legal problem or other Union issue, you should contact your full time Union Official in the first instance before making a decision about what to do.

If you are seeking information on an aspect of Scottish Law or a legal problem that occurred in Scotland, please contact your full time Union Official in our Scottish Office: nujscotland@nuj.org.uk. If you are seeking information on an aspect of the Republic of Ireland Law, or other matter that occurred in Southern Ireland, please contact: info@nuj.ie.

The NUJ is committed to equality of opportunity and all our services are available equally regardless of sex, race, age, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief.

The NUJ is regulated by the Certification Office

If you wish to make comments on the content of this website, these should be emailed in the first instance to sitefeedback@nuj.org.uk. For general enquiries about the NUJ, email info@nuj.org.uk.

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Please note you may not be able to use these email addresses to contact individual staff members including Union Officials, Legal Officers or to, obtain legal advice or register claims. For any matters for which members’ seek Union Assistance they should contact their Union Official within their sector or alternatively their local representative, branch or chapel.

Although the email addresses on this site may not be used to contact individual staff members or to obtain legal advice, any personal details that you may send us via any of these addresses will be treated as confidential by the NUJ and, if they are kept on file, will be covered by the provisions of the Data Protection Act. However, as the security of information sent by email cannot be guaranteed, we recommend that you do not send us any unsolicited information of a confidential or sensitive nature by email.  Please see the contact page to direct you to the appropriate person.

The information contained on this site only applies in England and Wales and is not a substitute for legal advice. Each case will be reviewed on its own merits and appropriate advice will be provided subject to the Union’s policies on assistance.