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Legal threats, journalists’ safety and online abuse all feature in the refreshed publication.
NUJ submission to the Expert Panel on a Shadow Broadcasting and Communications Authority for Wales, October 2022
Following consultation, the Welsh Executive Council found no support for going further than current policy on devolution of the media.
All UK journalists can help inform research on online abuse faced by journalists, in a new survey commissioned by DCMS.
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.
Over one in three female respondents said they do not feel safe operating as a journalist in the UK, a government survey has found.
The UK government is inviting journalists to give evidence to the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists so it can put in place measures to make sure they can operate free from threats and violence.
This is call for evidence from the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists for journalists to contribute evidence and complete a survey so the government can improve its understanding of the problem of threats and abuse towards them, and assess to the police and judicial response. The responses will enable the committee to take action to ensure that journalists operating within the UK can do so free from threats, violence and abuse.
The panel discusses government cabals, how PSB is going to be paid for and whether Google is God.
The union said the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists’ plan was an important step towards ensuring journalists can carry out their work free from harassment and attack. It was launched with cross-party support.
January 2021 briefing update on the campaign against decriminalising the TV license fee evasion.