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Fifth anniversary of the death of journalist Lyra McKee marked by the NUJ

"Her killing deprived us of a brave and challenging voice" says NUJ Irish secretary

NUJ backs BBC World Service’s urgent UN appeal over abuse of national security and counter-terrorism laws against BBC News Persian journalists 

First time complaint has been addressed to UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms while Counte...

Journalists at STV on strike again in dispute over pay

The journalists say they have had to use food banks, take on secondary jobs such as bar work or move in with parents in order to try and cover their b...

Leading media figures warn the government that the anti-SLAPPs bill is flawed

More than 60 editors, lawyers, journalists, academics and experts call for the Anti-SLAPP Bill to be amended to ensure it can protect everyone speakin...

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MPs call for a new champion for freelance rights, to improve pay, working conditions and protection against AI

The NUJ says the culture select committee’s report is full of helpful recommendations and ideas.

Don’t let your blower make you a sucker

Tim Dawson, NEC freelance rep, reports on NUJ Dublin’s Freelance Forum with speakers advising on keeping cybersafe, pitching stories, reporting abuse ...

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