code of conduct
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13 September 2018: The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws
4 September 2018: The arrest of journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey by detectives from Durham Constabulary, supported by officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland, represents an attack on investigative journalism.
17 July 2018: But said unions are needed to negotiate proper employment practices in Westminster.
5 July 2018: Liverpool Echo journalists, Emilia Bona and Josh Parry, win plaudits at the TUC's LGBT+ conference
11 April 2018: Michelle Stanistreet says journalists must act responsibly and sensitively when covering stories at hospitals.
27 February 2018: Editors in Ireland must resist the pressure from advertising agencies and should not allow clear lines to be blurred. The union will defend any journalist or editor who is placed under commercial pressure to compromise editorial standards.
26 October 2017: A great day for journalism and democracy in Canada as new shield law to protect sources and whistleblowers is introduced.
17 October 2017: The NUJ has offered its support for the International Communications Consultancy Organisation's 10 principles for ethical PR behaviour.
31 March 2017: Journalists at Financial Publishing, the magazine arm of the Financial Times, have signed a new house agreement, including sabbaticals and improved starting salaries, for all UK-based staff.
9 February 2017: The NUJ codes states that all stories and photographs published by members should be "honestly conveyed, accurate and fair" and members should do their utmost to correct harmful inaccuracies.