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A new UK tax law, now due to come in next April will cause problems for freelances and will not solve its aim to cut tax evasion.
The NUJ has launched a #ForgottenFreelances campaign for a fair deal for the many freelances who have fallen between the cracks of the government’s rescue schemes for workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The NUJ has signed a letter to the Chancellor from the Federation of Entertainment Unions lobbying on behalf of freelances falling through the cracks of measures to protect workers during the Covid-19 crisis.
NUJ members are devastated to learn the newspapers would be put into liquidation
Union reacts to announcements on closures, redundancies and potential merger
The BBC's future must be sustainable and protected.
The union is asking JPIMedia NUJ members to contact their local reps re the company's announcement regarding the government's job retention scheme and proposed pay reductions.
HW Fisher tax experts assess the scheme for Covid-19 assistance for the self-employed and offer helpline for freelance members.
Today would have been Lyra McKee’s 30th birthday. Her sister Nichola is inviting family and friends to mark today by joining in a virtual birthday on social media in commemoration at 6.12pm.
Following constructive talks with the NUJ and the National Police Chiefs Council, the council has produced guidance on working with journalists during the Covid-19 outbreak.