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NUJ members working for legal publishers LexisNexis have accepted a new agreement on pay and conditions.
The music division of publisher Bauer Media has launched a rights grab against freelance writers and photographers at Kerrang!, Mojo and Q magazines.
Photographers and others concerned to defend the rights of those covering demonstrations and the civil liberties of protestors and dissenters attended a major rally in London on Tuesday.
NUJ members joined thousands of other trade unionists from across Britain in defence of the UK welfare state and public services at a rally in London's Trafalgar Square on Saturday.
The Metropolitan Police Authority's civil liberties panel has called for London's police to engage better with the media.
NUJ members at media management company, Red Bee Media, are voting on industrial action over attacks on their established redundancy terms agreement.
The Financial Times has dropped plans to force the specialist group of Chinese journalists at the paper had to return to China on half their current salaries or else accept redundancy after action by the NUJ chapel.
The NUJ has protested to the Financial Times about the alleged unauthorised use of freelance work on its subscribers' online archive.
Award-winning photographer, Jess Hurd, has been elected chair of the NUJ's newest project – London Photographers' Branch.
NUJ members at Telegraph Media Group will see in the new year with a pay rise and £500 bonus thanks to a deal struck by the union.