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Ministers have missed chance to help disabled workers, says TUC

The government has failed to act on the disability pay gap and rights on reasonable adjustments.

NUJ reacts to Reach’s half year results

NUJ responds to the half year results released this morning

27 Jul 2021
Publishing industry survey shines a light on working from home

NUJ Oxford branch joined forces with the Oxford Publishing Society and the Oxford branch of the Society of Young Publishers to conduct a national survey

26 Jul 2021
NUJ calls for public interest defence for unauthorised disclosures

Union warns the Home Office plans are a severe threat to journalism

23 Jul 2021
NUJ response to the UK government’s White Paper on broadcasting and privatisation of Channel 4

The NUJ believes the government's proposal to privatise Channel 4 makes no sense and will result in a poorer offering for viewers in terms of news coverage, innovative programming, nurturing UK talent and will damage the thriving indie production sector..

23 Jul 2021
New Irish code of practice under fire

Tired old solution won’t solve bogus contracts, says NUJ

TUC report finds seven in 10 disabled women say they have been sexually harassed at work

A survey found 68 per cent had been harassed, with one in eight leaving their jobs because of this. 

Spyware Pegasus helped target over 180 journalists, global report reveals

The NUJ and IFJ condemn all attempts to secretly interfere with journalists' communications

19 Jul 2021
UK government conflates journalism and espionage in latest Home Office consultation

The proposals on which the government is consulting create clear new detriments for journalists and journalism.

19 Jul 2021
Government should show more pride in LGBT+ people

The NUJ has signed a TUC letter taking the government to task over its inaction to address the inequality experienced by the LGBT+ community who face discrimination at work.

19 Jul 2021

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