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Is academic publishing about to change?

The open access debate has revealed the complicated and contradictory nature of the academic publishing landscape in which trade unions have a role to play

Pay-inequality damages the BBC, say NUJ leader

Michelle Stanistreet's column about Samira Ahmed's equal pay case, for NUJ Informed December 2019

Looking back with hope and anger

Séamus Dooley, NUJ assistant general secretary reflects on the outcome of the nine-month ordeal of Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey.

NUJ loses BBC pensions case

Tim Dawson, NUJ president, explains the long-running legal battle over changes to BBC pensions

Don't tar all newspapers with the same brush, celebrate quality

As part of local news matters week, Gill Oliver says don't dismiss hard work and hard-won original stories.

BBC partnership or privatisation?

A BBC insider explains the current threats and challenges facing local news media as part of the union's week of action.

Grab your keys, pad, pen & get moving - Local News Matters

Crime reporting is vital in a community, argues local reporter Carl Eve as part of the NUJ's week of action.

In an era of fake news & click bait - local news matters more than ever

We must hang on to our local reporters and their offices, says NUJ rep Cath Saunt as part of local news matters week.

Message from Canada – Hands off our sources

Trade unionist and former journalist Stuart Laidlaw explains the ongoing Canadian campaign for the protection of media sources.

Should we ever follow police advice not to interview?

The ethics council wants to hear from members and chapels about whether they have any experience of being asked by the police, either directly or via their editors, not to pursue lines of inquiry or interviews.

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