Showing items tagged with 'civil liberties'
3 October 2014: The NUJ urges politicians, trade unions and civic society representatives to resist attempts to undermine the ability of British citizens to have their rights vindicated by the European Court of Human Rights.
30 September 2014: Broadcasting bans and a return to the Snoopers' Charter, set out by the Home Secretary, are anti-democratic and anti-press.
5 June 2014: Media groups object to secret trail of two accused of terrorism at Old Bailey.
12 April 2014: Conference passed a motion calling for a commission to be set up to look at legislation to protect individuals and organisations against unnecessary state surveillance.
5 September 2013: The NUJ is supporting TUC Congress in Bournemouth with motions on workplace bullying and defending democratic rights.
2 April 2013: The UK government is planning to go ahead with its Communications Data Bill, otherwise known as the Snoopers' Charter, despite a damning cross-party Parliamentary committee's scrutiny of the proposed legislation.
14 October 2010: The UK Home Secretary has announced a rapid review of key counter-terrorism and security powers.
14 April 2010: Photographers and others concerned to defend the rights of those covering demonstrations and the civil liberties of protestors and dissenters attended a major rally in London on Tuesday.
22 March 2010: The Metropolitan Police Authority's civil liberties panel has called for London's police to engage better with the media.