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29 October 2012: James Murdoch was at the helm of News International while the company was embroiled in the hacking scandal.
13 August 2012: The NUJ continues to campaign hard for the protection of journalistic sources - a vital principle contained in the union's code of conduct.
6 June 2012: Applications for costs by the NUJ and other media organisations for the judicial review to overturn a production order by Essex Police upheld by the High Court.
The application included the original Crown court costs.
25 April 2012: Following James Murdoch's evidence to the Leveson Inquiry, Michelle Stanistreet has said that Jeremy Hunt cannot remain in post.
20 April 2012: A hearing on the judicial review against the decision by Chelmsford Crown Court to grant the Dale Farm footage production order has taken place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
20 April 2012: Parliamentary event hears about threats to protection of journalist sources and materials.
19 March 2012: A preliminary legal decision has allowed the NUJ to proceed to apply for a judicial review of an earlier court decision, granting a Dale Farm production order.
29 February 2012: The NUJ has submitted a legal appeal to challenge a production order forcing journalists, media organisations and broadcasters to submit all their footage to the police.
30 January 2012: The BBC is forced to hand over tens of millions to Rupert Murdoch's BSkyB every year, under a hugely unfair law unprecedented in any other country.
12 July 2011: The NUJ Parliamentary Group has taken action to support journalists and other staff thrown out of work by the Murdoch decision to close the News of the World.