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NUJ press card - rights and duties

The UK Press card is authorised by industry gatekeepers including the NUJ and issued through the UK Press Card Authority.

04 May 2021
Happy birthday SEISS – but many freelances left out of the Covid-19 scheme will not be celebrating today

Friday 26 March marks the anniversary of the government’s Covid-19 aid package for freelances.

NUJ reacts to Reach's home working plans

Newspaper publisher Reach plans to close their offices and make most employees work from home.

Freelances need holiday pay too: do you qualify?

Uber drivers will now – following a long legal battle – get holiday pay, but according to an NUJ survey almost nine in 10 freelances said they did not receive it.

BBC announces latest job cuts and 400 roles to leave London

The corporation says the aim is to better serve the audience by becoming less London-centric.  

Journalism helps Reach weather pandemic

As the UK’s biggest commercial employer of journalists, it is heartening to see Reach plc boss Jim Mullen acknowledge that the group emerged as a stronger business through the worst pandemic in a century due to the ‘hard work of our people’.

More than half of NUJ members say they have had mental health concerns during the pandemic

An all-members’ survey revealed many found juggling work and the effects of Covid-19 caused stress and anxiety. 

26 Feb 2021
Freelances struggle for work and aid a year on

It was the self-employed who saw work disappear almost from the outset of the pandemic, survey finds.

26 Feb 2021
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 welcomes government's decision to drop exit payment cap

The union is part of a challenge to the public sector £95,000 cap, which compromised equal pay settlements and undermined collective pay and conditions terms.

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