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Michelle Stanistreet comments on the weekend newspaper briefing from an “ally” of Nadine Dorries, Culture Secretary, on the end of the TV licence and ...
The union has condemned the constant harassment of Iranian journalists by the country’s authorities.
NUJ members urged to support the journalists whose wages have been hit hard by inflation and tweet #SolidarityBBCTurkey
The National Union of Journalists has joined Mediahuis Ireland and RTÉ in calling for action to end online attacks on journalists in Ireland.
Paul Siegert, NUJ national broadcasting organiser, said the journalists were doing they job legitimately and condemned the action of the authorities.
The NUJ’s Black Members’ Council is recommending a new suite of reporting guides and tips for when reporting stories about migration.
He saved Margaret Thatcher from a drunken journalist, but was his own man.
A stalwart of the London Freelance Branch, he was known as a tenacious agitator.
The ex-minister has proposed the corporation is stripped back to providing news and children’s programmes.
The Journalists’ Union of Turkey (TGS) has reached victory in the Hürriyet newspaper case, where 45 journalists were dismissed in 2019 for being membe...
Since 1991, according to the International Federation of Journalists, 2,721 journalists have been killed around the world.
The NUJ joined the International Federation of Journalists in strongly condemning the authorities' crackdown the city's independent media and called f...