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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
New Irish code of practice under fire

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

Journalists condemn fire and rehire tactics at Newsquest

NUJ members throughout the company are appalled but also bemused as to why Newsquest is choosing to take such an extreme measure.

Privatisation of Channel 4 must be stopped

The NUJ believes the reported aim of the government to privatise Channel 4 makes no sense and will result in a poorer offering for viewers in terms of news coverage, innovative programming and nurturing UK talent.

18 Jun 2021
NUJ reaction to BBC re-hiring Bashir Review

The BBC review fails to fully assuage concerns over cappuccino culture, dodgy recruitment practices and judgement of senior managers.

NUJ reacts to BBC board announcement

NUJ members must have the opportunity to input meaningfully on matters that are critical to their work as journalists and programme makers and to their professional reputations.

NUJ statement on the Dyson report

The general secretary responds to the report on the ethical failures which took place as part of Martin Bashir’s interview with Princess Diana for Panorama.

22 May 2021
NUJ welcomes £4m Reach payback to employees

The NUJ today has welcomed the decision by Reach to pay back £4m to employees.

21 May 2021
Oxford Mail and Times use fire-and-rehire tactic to end bank holiday working payments

The union has condemned a move to terminate the contracts of journalists working at the Oxford Mail and The Oxford Times, with re-employment being conditional on accepting worse terms and conditions.

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