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NUJ welcomes government's decision to drop exit payment cap

The union is part of a challenge to the public sector £95,000 cap, which compromised equal pay settlements and undermined collective pay and conditions terms.

BBC “defended the indefensible” by spending more than £1m fighting discrimination cases

The corporation has disclosed it paid more than £1 million to external barristers and solicitors to deal with tribunal claims brought by staff in equal pay and race discrimination cases.

NUJ welcomes final settlement for No Stone Unturned journalists

Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey have inspired support and solidarity, congratulations on their final settlement agreed today.

NUJ calls for harsher penalties for repeated attacks on journalists

Harsher legal penalties should be considered for individuals who repeatedly threaten or attack journalists.

Report finds no evidence of unlawful pay discrimination at BBC

Michelle Stanistreet said: “Many NUJ members who read this Equality and Human Rights Commission report will feel it doesn’t address their lived experiences."

NUJ demands access to information and evidence from the undercover policing inquiry

Union asks the inquiry to confirm or deny if undercover policing units and agents were put into media organisations and the NUJ.

NUJ urges government to take up "right to know" equal pay bill

Stella Creasy’s bill would allow women to compare their pay to male colleagues and require companies to act to end the gender pay gap.

NUJ member denounces police failure to investigate threat to rape her baby

Patricia Devlin to lodge official complaint to Police Ombudsman after a 'year of inaction' by the Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Covert powers must not override legal protections on UK press freedom

New powers enshrined in the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill must not override existing legal protections on press freedom.

Unfettered reporting threatened – what Assange extradition hearings reveal

Assange faces a potential sentence with a release date more than a century beyond his lifespan, the indictment contains a description of core journalistic activities.

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