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Scottish and Welsh governments announce new funding for freelances

The NUJ has urged the UK Chancellor to announce the details of the fourth grant for the self-employed now and not as part of his March budget.

NUJ says government cheerleaders should stop petty, personalised attacks on journalists

The NUJ has responded to a further attack on HuffPost reporter Nadine White, this time by Conservative MP Neil O'Brien.

NUJ calls on journalists to back FOI campaign with subject access requests

Union concerned about illegitimate monitoring and journalists being put on a "blacklist".

MPs back call for post-Brexit deal for media and creative industries

Ask your MP to support this important early day motion

FEU statement on no deal for creative industries

The Federation of Entertainment Unions is deeply disturbed to hear that proposals for special travel rights for the creative workforce were turned down during Brexit negotiations.

How to fund the desire for quality Welsh news

Michelle Stanistreet, actor Michael Sheen, minister Lee Waters, ITV Cymru Wales' Louise Elliott and Nation.Cymru editor Ifan Morgan Jones discuss a News Recovery plan for Wales.

Newsgatherers to be exempted from travel quarantine

Journalists travelling as newsgatherers to be exempted from quarantine regulations.

NUJ welcomes decision to extend universal credit changes

The NUJ has welcomed the government's decision to extend the suspension of the Minimum Income Floor.

Government must not reverse changes in universal credit for freelances

The NUJ is backing efforts by the TUC and Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) to persuade the UK government to keep the suspension of the Minimum Income Floor (MIF) in place until the pandemic is over to prevent freelances from further hardship.

Report finds #ForgottenFreelances were let down by Treasury and HMRC

The National Audit Office says government schemes fell short of helping many freelances and the scale of fraud and error could be considerable, particularly for the furlough scheme.

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