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Two photographers were assaulted by a man at the Climate Camp environmental protest in London on Sunday.
The NUJ has launched an online petition for photographers opposed to plans by the Guardian Media Group to stop paying repeat reproduction fees for commissioned pictures.
More than 30 photographers and their supporters demonstrated against curtailment of their creative rights outside the Guardian and Observer offices in London this morning.
The Metropolitan Police has changed its public guidance on photography to reflect concerns raised by the NUJ.
Two NUJ photographers have lodged a legal claim against the Metropolitan Police over an incident outside the Greek embassy in London late last year.
Penguin Books in London have announced plans to cut 100 jobs.
The NUJ has attacked new guidance issued by the Metropolitan Police which includes inaccurate information about photographers.
A UK parliamentary committee has criticised 'a lack of leadership' in how the police dealt with the media at the G20 demonstrations in London earlier this year.
The NUJ's deputy general secretary, Michelle Stanistreet, has called for the release of arrested journalists in Iran and urged the country's president to lift restrictions imposed on the media.
Freelance journalists who work for Guardian Media's national titles are banding together to defend their pay and conditions.