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NUJ backs Northern Ireland Policing Board request for urgent meeting with PSNI Chief Constable

The union welcomed the request by the chair and vice chair of the board for an urgent meeting with  the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) following this week’s revelations around use of surveillance powers to spy on journalists.

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NUJ demands emergency NI Policing Board meeting on sinister surveillance of journalists  

The shocking revelations at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal hearing in London yesterday about the scale and nature of PSNI surveillance of journalists and lawyers in Northern Ireland have led to a demand for an emergency meeting of the Northern Ireland Policing Board.

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Police Service of Northern Ireland regularly spied on numerous journalists

Investigatory Powers Tribunal hears police accessed data of those writing critical stories about the force

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NUJ welcomes BBC call for inquiry into police surveillance of a journalist

The union has welcomed the decision of the BBC to write to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal about the alleged police surveillance of former journalist Spotlight journalist Vincent Kearney

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Lyra McKee murder trial delayed

Unresolved legal arguments hinder hearing

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Fifth anniversary of the death of journalist Lyra McKee marked by the NUJ

"Her killing deprived us of a brave and challenging voice" says NUJ Irish secretary

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NUJ condemns “disturbing” attacks of the media during the Derry Easter Monday commemorations

The union has strongly condemned the harassment and intimidation of reporters and photographers covering the anniversary of the 1916 Rising on the streets of Derry.


EU AI act approved by European parliament

NUJ welcomes approval of the EU AI Act requiring technology platforms to adhere to regulations on the use and development of artificial intelligence.


NUJ concerned about “dire consequences” for journalists following court’s refusal to permit intervention

The union had hoped to intervene in a legal challenge on sexual offences suspect reporting.


NUJ statement on PAC report

The union has welcomed publication of the Public Accounts Committee report on financial management of RTÉ.


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