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NUJ response to the BEIS committee inquiry into the impact of coronavirus on businesses and workers

The union's submission to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee's inquiry into the impact of Covid-19, May 2020.

BMC salutes the Windrush generation

The Black Members' Council salutes the intrepid Caribbean pioneers who are celebrated on this Windrush day, the 72nd anniversary of their arrival in Britain.

UK freelances face destitution as they have been 'forgotten' in the government’s rescue package for businesses

Ministers must provide financial protection for the self-employed; other countries' deals may offer potential solutions, says the NUJ.

Colin Brown: Independent journalist admired for his good humour, tenacity and political scoops

He was on board at the paper's launch in 1986 and became political editor of The Independent on Sunday.

Attending the Assange trial - day two

On the first day of trial, Assange was handcuffed 11 times, searched naked twice, put in five separate holding cells and had his papers taken from him.

Attending the Assange trial - day one

The decision to 'ramp up the charges' against Assange was made to try and make him an example, said Edward Fitzgerald QC.

Winners announced for Ian Bell New Writing award

A wealth of young talent was identified in the NUJ Edinburgh & District branch competition in memory of journalist and author Ian Bell.

11 Feb 2020
NUJ submission to the Online Harms White Paper

The Online Harms White Paper is far-reaching and ambitious in scope. It seeks to find ways for the UK government to protect its citizens from the ills caused by the internet and the consequences of the vast global reach and power of private companies such as Facebook, Google and YouTube.