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Tim Dawson reports on a webinar which examined the threats to investigative journalists and writers telling their stories and exposing wrongdoing.
BBC local radio journalists are deeply concerned that a restructure of jobs will result in hard and investigative news being played down in favour of "fluffy" stories and more music.
NUJ NEC member Tim Dawson explains the atmosphere in court as Judge Baraitser rules on Julian Assange extradition.
US authorities have 15 days to appeal and have indicated their intention to do so.
On the eve of the ruling in Julian Assange’s extradition case, the NUJ calls on the UK government to make a clear statement that the prosecution of Julian Assange would be grievously damaging to media freedom.
Cover up of his torture by Macedonian police and the CIA was revealed by Wikileaks.
Michelle Stanistreet said the cuts will have an impact on the BBC’s ability to sustain the breadth and depth of news coverage throughout England which truly reflects the diversity of the nation.
More than 100 personalities, from journalism, the arts, sciences and politics have written to BBC management in defence of Inside Out and the regional Sunday politics programmes under threat of cuts.
Regional current affairs show Inside Out and local Sunday Politics programmes look to be victims of proposed BBC cuts.
Dominic Blake looks back at 20 years with the BBC.