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NUJ says government must meet lobby to reconsider changes to briefings which could hamper press freedom

Moving briefings from Parliament to Downing Street will disproportionately affect local papers and small press organisations, and is ultimately a threat to the freedom of the press.

Keep the Burton Mail local, urges NUJ

The union wants the company to resource a new, cost-effective base for journalists in town

Lay off public service broadcasting, says the NUJ

Michelle Stanistreet says the "flagrant bullying" of the BBC and Channel 4 must be stopped and she saluted the professionalism of broadcast journalists working during a divisive and difficult election campaign.

Investigative journalism must be protected, says NUJ

The NUJ has joined the Guardian and press freedom organisations in welcoming the judge’s preliminary ruling on the case between business man Arron Banks and journalist Carole Cadwalladr.

Newsquest job cuts announced in Carlisle & Kendal

Newsquest has announced a new wave of cuts in Cumbria

Public service broadcasting: as vital as ever – NUJ reaction

Union welcomes Lord's report calling for urgent action to safeguard the future of public service broadcasting

Vacancy: project worker, based in the NUJ’s Glasgow office

The union is offering a six-month position for its Digital Interactive Leadership & Organising Network project.

NUJ welcomes BBC's reversal on upholding Naga Munchetty complaint

The director general must now rebuild trust amongst journalists and staff and step up and prioritise the work taking place to increase the diversity of the workforce on and off camera, said Michelle Stanistreet.

NUJ asks BBC DG to intervene in Naga Munchetty case

Michelle Stanistreet has written to Tony Hall expressing deep concern over the BBC’s determination that the presenter had breached the corporation’s editorial guidelines and asked him to get the decision reversed.

BBC wrong to criticise Naga Munchetty for "breaching" its rules

The BBC has got it very wrong – BBC journalists should not be prohibited from commenting on evidently racist language, especially at a time when racist rhetoric is having a real impact on people’s lives.

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