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Journalists demonstrated outside the Libyan embassy in London to demand the release of colleagues from the Al Jazeera Network.
Journalists at Newsquest in London are starting industrial action next Friday 15 April in a dispute over redundancies, pay and quality of content.
Journalists and other supporters of media diversity in the UK demonstrated at the headquarters of the Department of Culture Media and Sport in London.
Veterans of the historic Wapping fight joined a large crowd of media workers to attended a meeting in Fleet Street on Tuesday to mark the 25th anniversary of the News International dispute.
A successful complaint to the Independent Police Complaint Commission (IPCC) has shown that, despite an officer's claim, they can't "do anything under the Terrorism Act".
A photographer who was struck in the face by a police shield during the G20 protests last year has been awarded £30,000 compensation by the Metropolitan police.
An NUJ member fighting deportation told his story to east London trades unionists – just days before his case goes before a High Court judge.
NUJ member and photographer, Carmen Valiño, has been threatened with arrest and forced to delete her images while photographing the scene of a shooting in Hackney, East London.
The on-going campaign against the misuse of terrorism laws saw around 60 people turn out for the Victory Flashmob in London on Sunday.
London photographers are fighting an attempt by the Guardian to slash their income from copyright photographs held in the newspaper's archives.