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Terrorism laws should not be used to sidestep press freedom, says NUJ

29 October 2015: Union criticises seizure of a Newsnight reporter's laptop using terrorism laws.

Turkish government clamps down on media ahead of elections

28 October 2015: Police in Istanbul raided of Kanaltürk and Bugün TV, part of pro-opposition media holding Koza-Ipek, this morning.

Miranda judgment a serious attack on press freedom

19 February 2014: Journalists have condemned the Court of Appeal judgment that it was lawful for police to seize material from David Miranda at Heathrow airport last August.

High court challenge to Miranda seizures

6 November 2013: The NUJ joins free speech organisations in challenging use of counter-terrorism powers to detain David Miranda.

Whistle-blower or terrorist: why the NUJ supports review of terrorism laws

23 August 2013: Michelle Stanistreet on why she was shocked but not surprised at the detention of David Miranda for the crime of being the partner of a respected investigative journalist.

Journalists' federation calls for anti-terrorism law review

22 August 2013: Journalists condemn the detention of David Miranda and the destruction of documents held by the Guardian and call for a legal review across Europe.

IFJ calls for jailed journalists' release on world press freedom day

3 March 2012: The IFJ and its affiliates are marking this year's World Press Freedom Day by calling for the release of journalists held for their professional activities.

Judge rules against BBC handing material to PSNI

12 January 2012: Judge Tom Burgess, the Belfast Recorder, decided not to order the BBC to hand over video shot at a Real IRA parade in Derry in April 2011 to the PSNI.

Journalism under threat from anti-terrorism laws in Turkey

28 December 2011: Independent journalism in Turkey cannot survive unless action is taken to halt the use of anti-terror laws to silence journalists, the EFJ has warned.

Anti-terror laws having a chilling effect on journalism

11 September 2011: Leading journalists and human rights advocates told an international conference on anti-terror laws that legislation enacted in the aftermath of attacks has had a chilling effect on journalism in many countries, allowing governments to evade public scrutiny.



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