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The NUJ has endorsed the Media Spamming Charter, which gives guidelines to public relations professionals on how to work more effectively.
BECTU, the NUJ and Unite have today announced a further programme of meetings with members to discuss new pension proposals from the BBC.
The UK government has turned down a visa request by leading Colombian journalist Claudia Julieta Duque, who was due to travel to the UK next week as a guest of the NUJ.
Police forces and other organisations have been warned about a so-called "press pass" being sold by Demotix, the amateur journalists' website.
BBC managers have refused to withdraw plans to impose a 1 per cent cap on pensionable pay, irrespective of future pay rises or promotions. Staff across the BBC will now be balloted for industrial action by the staff unions.
Pete Murray, NUJ President, returns to work this week after a three-day, 200 mile fundraising cycle ride through northern France and Belgium.
Two Christian trade unionists at the BBC may have won rights for thousands of UK retail and catering workers after a health and safety investigation at Television Centre.
BBC management has been accused of treated staff on BBC Breakfast with total contempt over plans to move the programme from London to the new BBC centre in Salford.
A new survey has shown that retaining copyright could be one of the best business decisions that freelance or self-employed photographers make.
The NUJ is launching legal, parliamentary and online strategies to defend members facing the sack at the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and The People.