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NUJ statement on police investigations of the Darroch cables leak

15 July 2019: Journalists are not there to do the bidding of the authorities, or to provide shortcuts in police investigations - the NUJ defends the publication of messages sent by the former British ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch.

No Stone Unturned

13 July 2019: NUJ press freedom campaign supporting investigative journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey

NUJ in court challenge to the Snoopers’ Charter

14 June 2019: The NUJ has been granted permission to intervene in a judicial review of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016. The union maintains there is inadequate protection for journalists, their equipment, materials and sources.

No Stone Unturned ruling ‘a victory for NUJ members and for press freedom’

31 May 2019: Chief Justice said journalists were acting in “nothing other than a perfectly appropriately way in doing what the NUJ required of them, which was to protect their sources.”

Belfast High Court to rule on No Stone Unturned warrants today

31 May 2019: Union calls on police to return journalistic material immediately

TUC Black Workers’ Conference 2019

16 April 2019: The huge rise in racism, hate crime and far right attacks because of Brexit and wider global trends were themes picked up by a succession of speakers at the conference.

NUJ welcomes ECHR judgement on UK surveillance of journalists

13 September 2018: The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws

Support investigative journalists under threat: sign the petition

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.

NUJ welcomes code of behaviour for Parliament

17 July 2018: But said unions are needed to negotiate proper employment practices in Westminster.

NUJ commends podcast which "covers queer culture with a Scouse voice"

5 July 2018: Liverpool Echo journalists, Emilia Bona and Josh Parry, win plaudits at the TUC's LGBT+ conference

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