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The NUJ has joined other media unions and academics in demanding a full-scale inquiry by the Competition Commission into plans by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation to take total control of satellite broadcaster BSkyB.
The NUJ and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) have joined media freedom campaigners in condemning the on-going political backlash against the whistleblowing website, WikiLeaks.
Attention all Irish members: help the union stop the government’s plan to cut the minimum wage.
The Newsquest Oxfordshire NUJ chapel has voted to ballot members over taking strike action.
The Metropolitan Police Authority Civil Liberties Panel has published a report urging improvements in police treatment of journalists.
The UK Pension Ombudsman has rejected and overruled the Telegraph Media Group's decision to exclude a former part-time employee from its company pension scheme.
Over 120 aspiring journalists took part in the NUJ Student Journalist Conference on Saturday.
Communications minister Ed Vaizey has told a the 2010 FT World Telecoms Conference that ISPs should be able to charge content providers to prioritise their traffic, thus promising a future two-tier internet with rich organizations dominating the provision of information and other services.
Don Foster MP opened the 'Who's Afraid of Photographers?' seminar in the House of Commons with words of warning for the photographers present.
Newsquest's Brighton Argus chapel will strike on 18 and 19 November after more than 90 per cent of NUJ members voted to walk out.