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Hugh King, the business development director for battleface the travel insurance firm, gives advice on preparing to report overseas.
The owner of the Mirror and Express and the largest local newspapers group is cutting its workforce by 12 per cent.
Staff at Midlands news group to ballot for action over pay, potential job losses and working practices
The editorial staff at Bullivant Media Limited have unanimously voted to ballot for strike action and action short of strike action.
Union dismayed by the large round of job cuts and redundancies announced
The union’s welfare charity, is extending its support for members affected by Covid-19 for a further two months.
But the union is still lobbying hard for the #ForgottenFreelances who cannot get financial help.
French government's decision to introduce tax credits for news consumption is a positive step
Michelle Stanistreet said the cuts will have an impact on the BBC’s ability to sustain the breadth and depth of news coverage throughout England which truly reflects the diversity of the nation.
Caroline Holmes, who runs the NUJ’s reps’ training programme, has been holding Zoom sessions with NUJ officials and reps to swap advice, experiences and discuss issues thrown up by the crisis. You can catch up on YouTube
Following cross-party talks by Edinburgh Freelance Branch, the Conservatives responded positively by taking up proposals in the NUJ's News Recovery Plan