Showing items tagged with 'censorship'
7 February 2020: Number 10 has instead provided its own officially-approved images of the Prime Minister.
29 October 2018: Michelle Stanistreet said the death of the Saudi columnist must be used to force governments to end impunity and back an UN convention for the protection of journalists.
14 February 2018: On Valentines day the NUJ called on members to say why they love quality, ethical journalism and to celebrate the 1985 Real Lives strike.
20 June 2017: Blocking websites and arresting journalists is a grave breach of press freedom and journalists' fundamental rights.
6 June 2017: IFJ calls on the authorities to let journalists work freely.
25 April 2016: The decision to move the main part of its Chinese language services to Hong Kong drastically undermines UK influence in this critically important geopolitical centre.
21 January 2016: "Calling for journalists to be sacked for doing their job is farcical," said Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary.
18 September 2015: Global union federation condemn Ukraine's ban of 38 European journalists and bloggers.
28 July 2015: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has written to Greg Dyke, chair of the Football Association asking him to condemn the censoring of the press by certain football clubs.
30 September 2014: Broadcasting bans and a return to the Snoopers' Charter, set out by the Home Secretary, are anti-democratic and anti-press.