Form for those attending the NUJ Extra welfare officer training
With non-stop news popping up on our digital devices, Frances Rafferty asks how journalists can play a role in helping people make sense of it all
News from the 60+ council of the NUJ
Welcome to NUJ Informed, news from the union's National Executive Council.
In this edition: Michelle Stanistreet says the union will continue to fight to protect our sources after legal setback over the Snoopers' Charter; NUJ wins millions for members in unequal pay cases, for holiday pay, late payments and compensation for unfair treatment; Tim Dawson takes a trip to Chiswisk, west London, the new booming hub for global TV; and thirty years of George Viner.
Bulk surveillance powers do not breach freedom of expression rights, Divisional Court rules in Liberty legal challenge. Jude Bunting argued the article 10 points for the NUJ.
NUJ response to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy/Companies House consultation on corporate transparency and register reform
NUJ says Companies House changes let rogue directors off the hook
The Journalist July august 2019 PDF
NUJ calls for online regulation to be in line with regulation for broadcasters and warns against that that press freedom and freedom of expression must not be threatened by the legislation. It also says social media platforms must protect journalists (and others) from online abuse.
NUJ submission to the DCMS Committee’s call for evidence on changes proposed by the BBC to its TV licence fee for those over 75
NUJ says the free TV licences for over-75s must be paid for the government, not the BBC and the next licence fee settlement must be transparent and independent from government
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