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NUJ says government cheerleaders should stop petty, personalised attacks on journalists

The NUJ has responded to a further attack on HuffPost reporter Nadine White, this time by Conservative MP Neil O'Brien.

NUJ condemns online and offline abuse of Nadine White

Politicians should be working to boost standards of public discourse, not indulging in petty outbursts that deepen hostility towards journalists.

NUJ statement on attacks on press during riots by Trump supporters

Democracy needs a strong, independent and plural press – otherwise the mob will win.

08 Jan 2021
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.

Happy birthday Lyra

Lyra McKee’s sister Nichola is inviting family and friends to mark what would have been her 30th birthday by joining in a virtual birthday on social media.

NUJ seeks crisis forum on Coronavirus threat to media jobs in Ireland

The NUJ's Irish Secretary warned many journalists in Ireland are fearful for their livelihood as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

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.

NUJ response to the DCMS consultation on its Internet Safety Strategy green paper

Online abuse and harassment has become a major issue for journalists, especially women, and it poses a major threat to freedom of expression, the right of the public to be informed, and democracy.