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27 July 2017: Information about the National Union of Journalists' activity in the UK parliament and the NUJ parliamentary group.
12 April 2014: Conference vows to combat newspaper closures, user-generated copy and the “disastrous” subbing-hubs.
14 March 2014: Parliamentary report calls for blacklisting firms to be banned from publicly funded contracts.
9 April 2013: The President of the National Union of Journalists has called on the Chairman of the UK Independence Party in Northern Ireland "to clearly and unambiguously" withdraw his description of the local media in Armagh and Down as "Provos".
24 February 2012: The Northern Ireland First Minister has accused journalists of "talking the Northern Ireland economy down" and of serving what he termed "a daily diet of negativity".
26 January 2009: About 150 NUJ members from all sectors of the media have vowed to support a co-ordinated campaign against job cuts and pay freezes.
26 November 2008: The Northern Ireland Assembly has unanimously called on management at UTV to suspend the company's restructuring and redundancy programme.
20 November 2008: A Northern Ireland Assembly committee has strongly backed NUJ calls for the preservation of jobs and the protection of editorial standards at UTV.
18 November 2008: Political support for the campaign to save jobs at UTV is growing, with suggestions that a specialist body investigate broadcasting in Northern Ireland.
10 November 2008: The leaders of all the main political parties in Northern Ireland have united to urge independent broadcaster UTV to halt proposed jobs cuts at the company.