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The NUJ has called for an investigation into the targeting of journalists by the Metropolitan Police Territorial Support Group.
A Liberal Democrat MP has released video footage of a journalist detained inside a police cordon at one of the G20 protests in London earlier this month.
Photographers in London have attended a meeting to discuss their legal rights.
NUJ members at Thomson Reuters are balloting for industrial action over the company's attempts to remove the contractual right of former Thomson Financial News (TFN) members to a nine-day fortnight without their agreement.
Journalists at City AM have voted overwhelmingly to have their pay and conditions negotiated by the NUJ.
Journalists from the BBC’s South Asian services have been picketing their iconic Bush House headquarters in London through the night.
NUJ members at the Independent and Independent on Sunday have voted in favour of taking industrial action over redundancies.
A planned strike at the Morning Star newspaper on Monday, 23 February, has been suspended after progress in negotiations.
NUJ representatives at Reed Business Information (RBI) are to meet the chief executive next week to discuss their dispute over job cuts and changes to working practices.
The Metropolitan Police Federation has echoed the NUJ's fears that new anti-terror legislation could be targeted at journalists.