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US makes case for extradition of Assange

The Wikileak founder’s risk of suicide is questioned in court

28 Oct 2021
NUJ Photographer Andy Aitchison receives an apology from Kent Police

He received a full apology from the Chief Constable of Kent Police, Alan Pughsley, which includes admissions that Mr Aitchison’s arrest, the search of his property and the imposition of bail conditions and Fixed Penalty Notice were all unlawful. 

21 Oct 2021
The NUJ congratulates journalist Nobel Prize winners

Maria Ressa, chief executive of Philippine digital media company Rappler, and Dmitry Muratov, editor-in-chief of the Russian Novaja Gazeta, have won the Nobel Peace Prize for their “courageous fight” for freedom of expression.

08 Oct 2021
Visas must not be used as a weapon against journalists

Following the refusal by the Russian government to renew BBC correspondent Sarah Rainsford’s visa, the NUJ and Russian Union of Journalists have published a joint statement.

18 Aug 2021
Assange defeat portends press freedom jeopardies

Tim Dawson reports on proceedings at the Royal Courts of Justice.

13 Aug 2021
NUJ “shocked” at shooting of Peter R de Vries

The union has joined the condemnations and expressed its shock at the shooting of the Dutch investigative journalist in Amsterdam on Tuesday 6 July.

07 Jul 2021
Unions highlight plight of Iranian journalists at UN event

Journalists based in London continue to be harassed because of the BBC work they do

Democracy crumbles in Hong Kong as Apple Daily shutters HK operations

Apple Daily was the last major pro-democracy newspaper in Hong Kong.

24 Jun 2021
Japan: foreign journalists to be tracked by GPS at Tokyo Olympics 

The NUJ said it was a direct attack on press freedom and privacy and urged the UK and Irish governments to defend journalists' rights to report on the games without this "outrageous impediment".  

16 Jun 2021
Journalists asked to give evidence of threats to their safety 

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. 

02 Jun 2021

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