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Comedian Mark Thomas joined more than 300 photographers who gathered outside New Scotland Yard in London today to exercise their right to take a picture in a public place.
Journalists at the Financial Times have voted to ballot for industrial action if talks with management does not stop compulsory redundancies.
Journalists at the Independent in London have voted by a huge majority to ballot for industrial action over job cuts.
The NUJ has called on the new Russian owner of the Evening Standard to provide guarantees on the future of the title and its journalists.
The NUJ will meet the joint owner of the New Statesman magazine later this month to discuss union recognition and the right to negotiate pay and conditions.
The NUJ has signed a deal at the Telegraph in London guaranteeing a pay rise for the next three years.
Journalists on the BBC World Service are voting in a consultative ballot on plans to outsource some programming to South Asia.
Metropolitan police say they will investigate an incident on Monday when journalists were obstructed in their work.
The NUJ today criticised the Metropolitan Police for their handling of the media at protests outside the Greek embassy in London on Monday.
NUJ members at Thomson Reuters in London have unanimously rejected a 1 per cent pay offer and agreed to hold a ballot for industrial action.