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The Private Members’ Bill marks a “crucial milestone for the UK to stamp out all SLAPPs targeting public interest reporting.”
Legal threats, journalists’ safety and online abuse all feature in the refreshed publication.
The Court of Appeal has instructed journalist Carole Cadwalladr to pay costs in excess of £1m to multimillionaire Arron Banks.
Protection of sources, Freedom of Information and media plurality all featured in the media freedom debate.
The quality and coverage of local news will continue to decline, damaging democracy, without new support from the government, a cross-party committee of MPs has reported.
NUJ submission with coalition members to the National Security Bill Committee
NUJ echoes calls by the IFJ and sister union Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance for the protection of journalists in Australia's Northern Territory.
The union said Scotland desperately needed an organisation to champion public interest news, but it needed start-up funding from the government.
Today's judgment is a win for public interest journalism and press freedom.
NUJ motions on the privatisation of Channel 4 and public interest journalism in Wales were passed.