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Our response provides answers to questions by the DCMS, and the NUJ expresses concern over lack of media plurality and its impact on public interest journalism. We also outline the importance of public service broadcasters in the UK and Ireland as part of broader journalistic landscape.
As Northern Ireland comes to grips with the damage wrought by the Covid-19 crisis, the National Union of Journalists, UK and Ireland, is calling for a strategic initiative to rescue the media so that it may continue the vital role it has played on a daily basis during this unprecedented period of social and economic uncertainty.
NUJ briefing to the Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee's inquiry into Covid-19 on the industry, May 2020.
Briefing for MPs & MSPs on effect of coronavirus on the industry.
An NUJ summit of local democracy reporters shared experiences and information about the scheme to report on public interest journalism.
The government's response to the Cairncross Review recommendations is a wasted opportunity.
VICE UK wins union recognition, equal pay claims net almost £3m and police face inquiry as No Stone Unturned arrests overturned.
Honk! Newsquest members on strike, Michelle Stanistreet meets Jeremy Wright, the Culture Secretary, and #MeToo and the creative industries.
The NUJ welcomed the government’s appointment of Dame Frances Cairncross as chair of the review and we have emphasised the importance of ensuring journalists' voices are heard loud and clear as part of this inquiry.
Michelle Stansitreet gives evidence to Cairncross Review team and Delegate Meeting's two-year plan.