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The majority of a legal claim targeting Swedish journalists, filed in London by Swedish businessman Svante Kumlin, has been dismissed.
Legislation unveiled in the Queen's speech will create a hostile environment for journalists.
Articles covering the cult of personality of controversial tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, by Quincy Elise de Vrie, and singer Sam Fender took the top prizes.
Union welcomes measures to provide a more level playing field between traditional broadcasters and streaming companies, but condemns privatisation of Channel 4.
Victory is welcomed by the NUJ following concerns over the protection of journalists and their sources
Séamus Dooley, says the proposed sell off of Channel 4 would be bad for employment in the sector, bad for journalism and bad for the UK.
Extending his gratitude to the union for its support, Chris Mullin reflects on the production order brought against him by West Midlands Police.
NUJ delegates joined trade union colleagues to set the agenda to secure decent working opportunities for disabled workers.
The NUJ called for the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference to hold “employers’ feet to the fire”.