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NUJ members angered by BBC deal on access to Iran

The decision by the BBC to agree to prevent the Persian Service from using material gathered in Iran has deeply affected the morale and well-being of NUJ members

Tags: , iran, bbc, bbc persian service, bbc world service, broadcasting, harassment, media access, media coverage, media freedom

NUJ reacts to potential sale of JPI Media

The NUJ has called the move “alarming” warning of the potential impact on journalists and media plurality

Tags: , newspapers, local journalism, local media, local news matters, local newspapers, reach, newsquest, media companies, media ownership, media plurality, parliament uk

Companies House changes let rogue directors off the hook

Changes to the way Companies House collects data on directors is severely hampering the ability of investigative and business journalists to hold businesses to account and expose frauds and crooks.

Tags: , investigative journalism, business journalism, companies house, transparency, beis, Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, Kelly Tolhurst, directors

NUJ statement on police investigations of the Darroch cables leak

Journalists are not there to do the bidding of the authorities, or to provide shortcuts in police investigations - the NUJ defends the publication of messages sent by the former British ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch.

Tags: , protection of sources, nuj code of conduct, code of conduct, media freedom, Kim Darroch, mail on sunday, sunday times

NUJ Women Photographers, 2019

Men vastly outnumber women in news photography and photojournalism. The union held an event to investiagte the barriers women face and what to do about it.

Tags: , photographers, videographers, photographers' council, discrimination, sexism, Lynsey Addario, redeye, charlie booth, london freelance branch, pennie quinton, adrian hadland, Phrame