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The Greater Manchester Police (GMP) production order application for journalistic video footage concluded at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday 17 April 2013.
Greater Manchester Police have applied for a production order with a hearing on Monday 18 February compelling NUJ member and video journalist Jason N. Parkinson to hand over footage to the police.
A campaign led by the Manchester and Salford NUJ branch has blocked the deportation of Rzhwan Amin, a Kurdish-Iraqi journalist asylum seeker.
The union has backed calls to halt the deportation of Rzhwan Amin, an NUJ member and UK based journalist who fled Iraq in 2010 because of threats relating to newspaper articles he had written.
The Manchester and Salford NUJ branch has launched a campaign in support of an Iraqi political journalist who fled the country in 2010.
Trinity Mirror Cheshire has recognised the NUJ – the last regional centre in England to do so.
Photographers are boycotting the Stone Roses reunion concerts this weekend.
The NUJ has demanded that journalists be allowed to do their job without being harassed or threatened during the demonstration organised by the English Defence League.
Journalists at the Newsquest-owned Bolton News and Bury Times Group have accused management of using the tragic death of a colleague as an opportunity to save money.
The Liverpool Daily Post is to cease being published as a daily and will become a weekly in the new year, with the loss of seven jobs.