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NUJ alarmed at increase in incidents with the police and photographers

The union has commented after charges were dropped against a photographer arrested by South Wales Police one day before the trial was due to begin.


NUJ wins settlement for photographers at Black Lives Matter protest

The union won an apology and out-of-court settlements for two photographers and a video journalist who were detained while covering a Black Lives Matter solidarity protest for Eric Garner at Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush, London, on December 10, 2014.


NUJ backs call for an end to the cycle of abuse against women journalists

On International Women's Day, the union is supporting calls to national police leads urging necessary action to address the harmful online violence women journalists face as part of their work.


08 Mar 2024
Gardaí demand access to media far-right photos

The NUJ has stressed action by An Garda Síochána to obtain images of far-right riots poses danger to the safety of photojournalists.


NUJ welcomes victory as Metropolitan Police lose bid to access journalistic material 

The union welcomed a High Court ruling against the Metropolitan Police, preventing their access to confidential journalistic material.  

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14 Nov 2023
PSNI unlawfully monitored “No Stone Unturned” journalist’s communications 

NUJ condemns unlawful surveillance of Barry McCaffrey by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and calls for an open hearing into events.   

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NUJ challenges proposed changes to police guidance which could mean suspects charged with offences are not named

The NUJ has added its voice to concerns over draft College of Policing guidance which would give forces in England and Wales the option of not releasing the names of people charged with offences.

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NUJ signs joint letter to Home Secretary after police arrests of journalists

Ten organisations have highlighted the chilling effect of arrests on freedom of expression and urged Suella Braverman to reconsider plans under the Public Order Bill.

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Journalists’ arrests at Just Stop Oil protests threaten press freedom

The union has called for ‘immediate action’ and condemned arrests of three journalists by Hertforshire police.

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Hong Kong: Ronson Chan charged with obstructing police

NUJ condemns decision to charge Chair of Hong Kong Journalists Association following arrest on 7 September.

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21 Sep 2022

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