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The NUJ is supporting TUC Congress in Bournemouth with motions on workplace bullying and defending democratic rights.
The NUJ is supporting the TUC's campaign against the failed policy of austerity.
Local World, a new newspaper conglomerate headed by David Montgomery, former Trinity Mirror chief executive, was launched today as Northcliffe Media and Iliffe News & Media announced they had been sold to the new venture.
Motions calling for a conscience clause for journalists, changes to press regulation and a plea to the BBC’s new director general to establish a new plan for the future of the corporation were passed unanimously by Congress.
Johnston Press has undertaken a cutting review with plans to axe journalists' jobs, including two chief photographers, production journalists and planners.
The NUJ and other media organisations have won the judicial review against the decision by Chelmsford Crown Court to grant the Dale Farm footage production order.
A preliminary legal decision has allowed the NUJ to proceed to apply for a judicial review of an earlier court decision, granting a Dale Farm production order.
The NUJ has submitted a legal appeal to challenge a production order forcing journalists, media organisations and broadcasters to submit all their footage to the police.
The TUC has launched a new 'Pocket Guide to Organising and Campaigning'.
Politicians calls for news-gathered images and video of the riots and social unrest across England over the last week to be used as police evidence.