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Delegates held a minute’s silence in memory of NUJ member Lyra McKee, the journalist and gay activist, who was killed during disturbances in Derry in April.
Photographers delighted to get full access to the parade after being turned down by the organisers.
Members were fustrated at being denied full access to the London Pride parade by the event's organisers.
Local radio will become increasing London-centric by new rules which have resulted in 100 job losses and station closures.
The corporation’s annual report highlights a successful year, but the NUJ says cuts caused by the licence fee deal for over-75s could jeopardise its future
Reach has told staff the Sealand Road office will shut on 12 July
The British Basketball Federation has joined a growing list of organisations forcing photographers to provide their images and footage without payment, to gain access to cover events.
The NUJ has been granted permission to intervene in a judicial review of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016. The union maintains there is inadequate protection for journalists, their equipment, materials and sources.
The union called the report of the UK Women and Equalities Committee, which said there must be an end to the culture of secrecy surrounding discrimination and harassment in the workplace, as highly significant.
New free licence deal for over-75s will cost the corporation an extra £250m a year, with 3.7m now having to pay.