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NUJ chapels and organisers are building on last year's successful campaign to bring the benefits of union recognition to workplaces. The latest recruits are journalists at the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
The British Trades Union Congress has condemned government broadcasting policy as "woefully inadequate".
The NUJ has hit out at the decision by the head of regional media at Guardian Media Group to take a £47,000 bonus.
Journalists on the Guardian and Observer in London have backed colleagues on the local titles in their group who are fighting against massive job cuts and almost certain compulsory redundancies.
Journalists at the Manchester Evening News (MEN) have called on the bosses of the Guardian Media Group to visit Manchester.
Yorkshire strikers demonstrated outside a London PR firm's offices as their employer – Johnston Press – announced more big profits.
The NUJ has denounced Bauer Publishing for implying that the union has endorsed its publishing agreement for freelance contributors.
The NUJ has welcomed a commitment from the Home Office to work with the union to improve recognition of journalistic freedoms by the police.
NUJ members at Express Newspapers in London and Broughton have voted to accept a deal that will lead to long-hoped-for talks on productivity.