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There was standing room only at a Federation of Entertainment Unions fringe meeting on combatting bullying at the TUC Young Workers' conference.
The Defamation Act 2013 is now in force and has introduced major changes which affect how journalists work.
The union is campaigning against imminent job cuts at Newsquest and is opposed to moving editorial production from three flagship Newsquest titles in the North East to Newport: the Northern Echo, Bradford Telegraph and Argus and The Press at York.
Despite winning concessions and inflicting a few defeats, pressure must be maintained on peers and MPs as the legislation reaches its final stages
Ballots open in York, Darlington and Bradford over jobs losses as production moves from the North east to a subbing hub in Wales.
Tottenham Hotspur says visiting reporters will be welcome at White Hart Lane, despite ban by Newcastle's owner.
From non-members and students, to staffers and freelancers in magazines and newspapers, as well as PR and broadcast, we had a very good showing across the journalistic disciplines.
The report by the culture, media and sport parliamentary select committee echoes the union's criticism of the Hargreaves report and new copyright exemptions. The NUJ urges MPs and the government to take note.
NUJ's motions to campaign against workplace bullying and mass surveillance won overwhelming support at TUC Congress.
Strong trade unions can stop bullying culture