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A leading NUJ official has said it would be a "travesty of justice" if a Belfast-based journalist is forced to pay costs for defending a case that posed a threat to her life.
Hundreds of politicians, human rights campaigners, celebrities and journalists have joined forces to support NUJ member Suzanne Breen, who faces jail if she refuses to hand over material to police in Northern Ireland.
NUJ member, Suzanne Breen, who is fighting a bid by the Police Service of Northern Ireland to seize her notes of conversations with the Real IRA, is back in court next week.
NUJ member Suzanne Breen that whatever a court orders, she will refuse to do anything that reveals her sources in line with the union’s Code of Conduct.
Supporters around the world are backing NUJ member, Suzanne Breen, who faces jail for refusing to hand over her notes to the police.
The NUJ has strongly condemned the violent attack on a photographer covering a funeral in Belfast.
The NUJ has condemned the use of evidence given in secret to justify an application to force Belfast journalist Suzanne Breen to hand over confidential material to the police.
The National Union of Journalists' National Executive Council has passed a strong statement in support of a journalist facing police attempts to seize her source material.
The dispute over cutbacks and restructuring at the Derry Journal has been resolved without any compulsory redundancies.
NUJ members at the Derry Journal have voted 100 per cent in favour of taking industrial action over job cuts and the introduction of centralised subbing at the paper.