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This is an important report which charts the demise in public interest journalism, but should Dame Frances have been braver and made Facebook and Google responsible for the news they exploit?
Unions from the media and arts industries met employers' bodies to discuss how they could work together to end sexual harassment at work.
Despite repeated warnings of the dangers contained in the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill, the government has ignored them.
MPs'committee said the BBC had failed to acknowledge that a pay discrimination problem existed.
Union expresses concerns about the request to amend the existing rules on editorial independence.
On 4 January, the UK’s top bosses made more than a typical full-time worker can earn in the entire year, according to calculations from independent think tank, the High Pay Centre, and the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development.
The NUJ provides a range of training opportunities to help members develop their professional skills and become effective reps.
The union's Photographers' Council has urged Alamy to reverse a decision to cut to the commission photographers will receive for images sold through the stock photo agency.
Journalists working for Newsquest-owned titles in Carlisle, Whitehaven and Workington have agreed to take strike action on Thursday 20 December over poor pay.
Local democracy reporters are improving public interest journalism, but the BBC-funded scheme has some problems
A NUJ summit of LDRs discussed how getting organised within the union can address collective issues.