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There are lots of ways to contact the NUJ.

Your first point of contact is often your local NUJ representative – this can be someone based in your workplace, chapel or branch, it can also be an elected representative from your industrial council or a range of national executive council representatives.

If you are not sure who is the best person to contact – complete the contact us form.

NUJ offices

The union has four offices: NUJ Headland House (head office) in London, plus smaller teams based in Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.

London HQ

Northern & Midland office

Headland House
72 Acton Street
London WC1X 9NB
Tel: 020 7843 3700
Fax: 020 7837 8143

Full-time officials in London.

Suite 3.05
111 Piccadilly
Manchester M1 2HY
Tel: 0161 237 5020

Full-time officials in Manchester.

Scottish office

Irish office

2nd Floor
177 West George Street
Glasgow G2 2LB
Tel: 0141 251 0360

Full-time officials in Scotland.

Spencer House, 2nd Floor
Spencer Row
Dublin 1
DO1 R9 T8
Tel: 00 353 (0)1 8170340
Fax: 00 353 (0)1 8170359

Full-time officials in Ireland.

Who to contact

For general enquires, email:

For press queries, contact:

For membership and press card enquiries, contact:

To contact the NUJ ethics hotline call: 0845 450 0864 or email: - please only use this number and email address for ethical related matters.

Contacts for members only

Contacts available in the members-only area of the website:

National executive council

Wales executive council

Scottish executive council

Irish executive council

Industrial councils


Other councils


Other bodies

Useful contacts and information

Follow the NUJ on twitter @NUJofficial and join the union's groups on LinkedIn and Facebook 

Sign up for the NUJ fortnightly email newsletter, called NUJ Active, by emailing:

You can also contact the International Federation of Journalists and the European Federation of Journalists

The union has a charity called NUJ Extra to help members and their dependents through times of financial difficulty.

Requests for financial help are also considered by the Journalists' Charity. It offers sheltered housing for retired journalists and residential, nursing and respite care.

Financial services

Tax helpline for freelances
Tel: 020 7874 7876

Insurance services

Tel: 01277 243 016

Tel: 01277 243 016

Professional indemnity
Tel: 01277 243 016

Legal services

Members have access to legal assistance for both themselves and family members (for non-work-related accident or disease issues) through Thompsons solicitors.

Details of the NUJ's legal assistance for work-related issues are available in our legal assistance section.

For free legal advice on conveyancing, will writing services and personal injury law please call 0800 587 7528.

Thompsons emergency assistance number is: 0800 587 7530 (24hrs mainland UK and Northern Ireland). Republic of Ireland: 00353 1817 0340 – please listen to the answerphone message and you will be directed to an emergency number.

Apple computers

Apple discounts can be found here: NUJ Apple store


Trade union and professional training courses are listed in the NUJ Training section.

For queries or to book a place, email

Trade union movement

Trade Union Congress

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