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The union continues to urge the government to listen to both parliamentary committees and the exceptionally united views of the media industry.
Andy Smith joined the NUJ the same year Margaret Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister and he believes the 2016 trade union bill represents attitudes formed back then.
The NUJ is the bulwark, challenging those who threaten our freedom to report on the world - #heartunions
James Doherty explains the NUJ is the home for writers, broadcasters, photographers, PR professionals and those involved in editorial content.
We're ordinary workers who are all too often the last defenders of simple dignity & fairness - #heartunions
Irish News chapel rep Bimpe Archer believes our greatest weapon is our solidarity and organisation.
Chris Frost explains how it’s been tough watching employers and government play on the legitimate fears of journalists but if we can persuade more people to join and build strong chapels, they'd feel more secure and happier at work.
The bill threatens not just rights & traditions in trade unionism, it is a threat to good journalism - #heartunions
Pete's essentials for the job when he started work were shorthand, touch typing, microphone techniques and an NUJ membership card.
Anita Halpin looks back over nearly 45 years as a trade union member as part of #heartunions week
George Morris, an NUJ chapel rep at the Yorkshire Weekly Newspaper Group explains the benefits of the NUJ as part of the TUC #heartunions week
An NUJ member and working photographer warns colleagues and raises safety concerns following a violent demonstration in Dover.
The former NUJ general secretary's life will be celebrated at St Bride's, Fleet Street, on Tuesday 19 January.