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NUJ members give report on the event and elected to TUC disabled members committee.
Staff photographers have been told they face losing their jobs in return for zero-hour contracts,
Media groups object to secret trail of two accused of terrorism at Old Bailey.
An experienced freelance journalist was asked to cover four days of cricket for a total fee of £150.
Publisher of the Express and Star and Shropshire Star says it plans to cut 76 jobs and move its daily titles to overnight production.
Three weekly London local papers are to shut, with job losses elsewhere on the capital’s Trinity Mirror titles.
The NUJ's Public Relations & Communications industrial council has welcomed the Labour Party's commitment to repeal the lobbying act if it wins power.
Plans by Northcliffe to restructure newspaper titles could further weaken a local media already in crisis.
NUJ members at the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health were forced to take action for a second time as management failed to compromise over pay.
Russell Brand's "don't vote" rant gets rapped, the NUJ's anti-bullying camapign is supported and the TUC is told to make recuitment of young people a priority at its Young Workers' Conference.