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The National Union of Journalists has written to the Chancellor asking him to ensure freelances get a fair deal in his budget – and redress for the millions of self-employed who have missed out on aid during the pandemic.
An arrested freelance photographer received a fine a week after his charges were dropped for covering a protest in Folkestone.
NUJ members urged to respond to consultation.
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.
Andy Aitchison, who was arrested while covering a protest at Napier Barracks, Folkestone, has now had his equipment returned.
The NUJ is legally backing a photographer who was arrested, kept in a cell for seven hours and had journalistic materials confiscated after covering a protest at an asylum centre in Folkestone, Kent last week.
Katharine Whitehorm was egalitarian to the bone, a great columnist and an inspiring trade unionist.
Union reps pay tribute to veteran NUJ activist Guy Thornton who has died suddenly
The Public Accounts Committee has given HMRC six weeks to explain why so many of the self-employed have not received a penny of Covid-19 government aid.
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