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Police have cautioned a demonstrator from the far-right group, the English Defence League after he assaulted a photographer.
The NUJ has welcomed a decision by the Metropolitan Police to reissue guidance to its officers telling them not to obstruct law-abiding photographers from taking pictures.
The NUJ has condemned the arrest of a photojournalist at a London airport.
NUJ members at Red Bee Media will hold urgent meetings next week after the company said it would force through changes to terms and conditions.
The Guardian Media Group has announced plans to axe 100 jobs in the editorial and commercial departments.
BBC world service journalists protested outside their London headquarters today in solidarity with sacked canteen staff.
Staff at the BBC World Service headquarters in London are to boycott their canteen on Friday in protest at cuts to the service, including the redundancy of union members.
The NUJ is to designate a "Guardian day of rest" when it will ask photographers to refuse to enter into contracts to work for the paper in protest against recent changes to their terms and conditions.
The NUJ is to formally establish a branch for photographers who live or work in London.
Guardian management has declined a Press Gazette invitation to send a representative to the Stand Up for the Observer public meeting in London later this month.