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NUJ welcomes decision by High Court in SLAPPs case

The majority of a legal claim targeting Swedish journalists, filed in London by Swedish businessman Svante Kumlin, has been dismissed. 

NUJ condemns sweeping attack on journalists and media freedom

Legislation unveiled in the Queen's speech will create a hostile environment for journalists.

Have your say on legal threats to journalists and the chilling effect on media freedom

The NUJ is urging members to respond to a call for evidence about the use of SLAPPs in England and Wales.

World Press Freedom Day

NUJ reflects on this year's 'journalism under digital siege' theme and explores wider threats to journalists globally.

03 May 2022
Elon Musk’s Twitter deal is bad news for media freedom

Putting the media company in the hands of the billionaire “free speech absolutist” will create a playground for disinformation say journalists’ organisations. 

26 Apr 2022
Assange's fate in Priti Patel's hands

NEC member Tim Dawson reports on developments in Julian Assange's case.

20 Apr 2022
Hong Kong: NUJ and IFJ call for charges against journalist Allan Au to be dropped

Au is the eighth journalist arrested under anti-sedition legislation this month.

14 Apr 2022
Information commissioner is told Freedom of Information is “broken”

More than 100 newspaper editors, MPs, journalists, celebrities and campaigners signed a  letter calling on John Edwards to fix FOI.

07 Apr 2022
Afghanistan: NUJ condemns ongoing media crackdown

Restrictions on media reporting enforced by the Taliban have intensified in recent weeks, with several journalists arrested and international news broadcasters taken off air. 

01 Apr 2022
Croatia: NUJ expresses concern over increasing use of SLAPPs

Over 900 active cases including those against journalists are burdening courts and attempting to censor the press.

01 Apr 2022

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