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Five former Labour ministers and a senior Tory MP are now among those accused of offering to lobby to change government policy in return for payments of thousands of pounds a day.
Journalists at publishers, Penguin and Dorling Kindersley/DK, will be delighted that Pearson's chief executive, Dame Marjorie Scardino, enjoyed a 13 per cent rise last year, the NUJ says.
A new TUC website aims to help young people working as interns to find out their rights – one in three interns are not being paid for their work, despite qualifying for the national minimum wage.
A new editor has brought the first major change of style and design to the NUJ publication The Journalist since it went from newspaper to magazine style 17 years ago.
Members' subscriptions to the NUJ are going up this month – by between 8p and 15p a week.
NUJ branches across Britain and Ireland are being urged to join their local trade union councils to help campaign for shared aims and win local support for issues affecting journalism and journalists' jobs.
The NUJ is urging members to support colleagues in the Public and Commercial Services Union who began a month of industrial action with a 48-hour strike.
A new report calls for reform of the Press Complaints Commission, condemning its failure to tackle adequately the News of the World phone-hacking case.
The NUJ has condemned a coroner’s decision to deny a journalist access to the Isle of Wight coroner’s court as "a serious attack on democracy and the public’s right to know".
The NUJ has celebrated the achievements of five black and ethnic minority journalism students who were awarded bursaries by the union's George Viner Memorial Fund.