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NUJ at TUC Congress 2015

14 September 2015: NUJ delegates speak to motions on surveillance, BBC and local news.

Time for change on surveillance, says NUJ

17 July 2015: Union responds to High Court ruling on surveillance laws, the Interception of Communications Commissioner’s report and the terms of reference for the Pitchford inquiry.

Blacklisting: The next chapter is waiting to be written

21 March 2015: NUJ member Phil Chamberlain explains the story of trade union blacklisting.

GMB Campaigns For Justice

12 August 2014: This conference brings together a number of campaigns for justice for people who have suffered as a consequence of powerful forces thinking they are above the law.

MPs call for blacklist for blacklisters

14 March 2014: Parliamentary report calls for blacklisting firms to be banned from publicly funded contracts.

Protesters lobby Parliament against anti-trade-union bill

21 January 2014: Lord Monks leads protesters on College Green, Westminster, against the lobbying bill, which will compromise the confidentiality of union membership records.

Help the NUJ expose the monitoring of journalists

20 November 2013: If your work brings you into contact with the police whether covering riots or climate camp, from Plebgate to the NSA, then the police could have you on their database. So find out if you are on the database. It takes ten minutes.

Campaigners welcome pause to lobbying bill

6 November 2013: NUJ says pause must be used to make radical changes to flawed legislation

NUJ supports call for public inquiry on undercover policing

29 October 2013: The NUJ has given support to calls for an independent public inquiry into the revelations that undercover policing has been used against political protest and campaigns.

Congress backs campaigns on workplace bullying, mass surveillance and to scrap the lobbying bill

11 September 2013: NUJ's motions to campaign against workplace bullying and mass surveillance won overwhelming support at TUC Congress.

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