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Bert Ovenstone

Former Press and Journal and Grampian TV news editor dies aged 70

26 Nov 2021

The NUJ has signed a letter in support of Catherine Belton, the publisher of Putin's People, and others intimidated by aggressive lawsuits.

NUJ “concerned and disappointed” that new mothers who lost out on Covid-aid payments will not be paid 

The Court of Appeal has ruled that self-employed women on maternity leave were indirectly discriminated against.

Charlie Brinkhurst Cuff to give the Claudia Jones lecture: book now

Reserve your place to hear the award-winning journalist on Thursday 2 December

22 Nov 2021
Sued and spied on

Tim Dawson reports on a webinar which examined the threats to investigative journalists and writers telling their stories and exposing wrongdoing.

22 Nov 2021
Flexible Working: make your voice heard

The TUC is asking your view so it can respond to a government consultation on making flexible working easier

Disability History Month

Meet the NUJ’s Disabled Members' Council and take part in a host of TUC webinars to discuss the key workplace issues affecting disabled workers.

22 Nov 2021
Plan to boost Scottish news industry will invigorate public interest journalism

Recommendations to support and fund a diverse, pluralistic and sustainable press and public interest journalism has been published for consideration b...

17 Nov 2021
NUJ welcomes UK ratification of treaty on prevention of violence at work

Michelle Stanistreet said: “No-one should have to put up with violence and intimidation for just doing their job."

Tributes pour in for Stewart McIntosh

The journalist, trade unionist and activist has died aged 73.

12 Nov 2021
NUJ Belfast branch sends message of solidarity to transport workers

Two buses have been hijacked and burnt in the city

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