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NUJ welcomes changes to Scottish hate legislation

The union said such a broad law would induce a chilling effect and endanger freedom of expression and is encouraged that the minister listened.

Tribute to Sir Harold Evans

The "giant of British journalism" has died aged 92.

Unions launch global campaign to ensure journalism’s future

UNI Global Union and the IFJ are calling on national governments to tax internet companies

Bullivant strikers resolve dispute by securing changes at work

The chapel has achieved significant outcomes over the last few months

Wikileaks as important as the Pentagon Papers

Tim Dawson reports from the Assange trial this week

MPs show support for #ForgottenFreelances

Caroline Lucas MP has called for the Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) to be extended beyond October, and for those who have been left out to be included and given backpay.

UN highlights ongoing targeting and harassment of UK-based journalists

UN reports this week document the death threats and reprisals BBC Persian Service journalists have faced

Photographers call on News UK to ditch exploitative contract

The NUJ and The British Press Photographers’ Association are calling on photographers to refuse to sign the latest News UK rights-grabbing contract.

Michelle Stanistreet joins TUC executive

The trade union movement agreed today to back the NUJ's News Recovery Plan

BBC proves a Covid-19 winner, but future finances look bleak

The corporation’s annual report shows the broadcaster remains popular and trusted, but costs mean more cuts on the way

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