Showing items tagged with 'apology'
16 October 2015: Sussex Police have apologised to NUJ members after the police stopped and searched a group of journalists in 2013.
5 September 2012: Following a meeting with Arcadia Group, Adam Goldman, company secretary and Tracy Dixon, Topshop's regional controller, the company has issued a full apology for the treatment of NUJ photographer Jess Hurd at its flagship Oxford Street store in December 2011.
3 November 2010: Apology to NUJ member Marc Vallée.
17 December 2009: The director of the BBC World Service has apologised about the decision to run a debate under the headline "Should homosexuals face execution?".
14 October 2009: The NUJ has apologised to journalist Suzanne Breen for an article in the September/October edition of the Journalist, the union's membership magazine.
15 April 2009: Kent police have apologised to a press photographer who was stopped and searched four times while covering last year's Climate Camp in the county.
10 March 2009: The NUJ has welcomed Kent police's apology to media workers who were put under surveillance at last year's Climate Camp protest in the county.
25 February 2008: NUJ member Marc Vallée has accepted an apology and out-of-court settlement from the Metropolitan Police for “battery” (assault) and breaches of the Human Rights Act.