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The NUJ has warned the UK government it must not rush to relax media ownership laws after an official report recommended a review of the rules.
A Leicester-based Iraqi journalist has been released from detention after protests from fellow NUJ members.
The NUJ is urging UK citizens to protest to MPs about the detention of an asylum-seeking Iraqi journalist who faces persecution, even death, if he is deported.
There will be no special UK government help for local papers struggling with the double danger of the recession and the internet.
Andy Burnham, the UK Culture Secretary, has agreed to meet with the NUJ to discuss the future of local news, following an intervention by Katy Clark, MP for North Ayrshire and Arran.
NUJ members at Thomson Reuters have rejected the company's 2009/10 pay offer and are urging it to drop its attempts to impose a draconian performance-pay regime on staff.
A photographer documenting the persecution of Irish Travellers in the UK was herself intimidated by police… on UN Human Rights Day.
Johnston Press has announced a pay freeze, reneging on a number of two- and three-year pay deals that have already been agreed.
Media owners were guilty of grand larceny and reckless cost-cutting, the NUJ said today as figures revealed hundreds of jobs were being cut at profitable newspaper groups.
The BBC Trust’s refusal to create a network of 65 local online video news services was a missed opportunity to enhance local media, the NUJ said.