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13 July 2017: Graham Noble, one of Fleet Street’s most admired and well-loved sub-editors, has died from complications following heart surgery.
1 June 2017: Scottish journalists have accused MSPs of failing statutory duties in respect of Freedom of Information requests.
4 May 2017: What are the responsibilities journalists face when covering criminal cases? How can forensic psychology play its part in explaining the behaviour of offenders? This joint NUJ and BPS event explored the issues.
3 August 2016: The NUJ responds to the Daily Mail front page that refers to HIV medicine as a 'lifestyle drug'.
1 October 2014: David Wilson pays tribute to the life of NUJ member Eddie Brockwell.
12 May 2014: NUJ member John Gritten's obituary written by Chris Myant.
18 June 2013: Journalistic colleagues were among the impressive turnout for the funeral of Arthur Brian Dixon (known to everyone as Brian), former Fleet Street and television journalist, who has died aged 76.
31 May 2013: The last year has given us an unprecedented understanding of the power of the owners and editors of the British press. The Leveson Inquiry showed that a handful of people have the power to destroy lives, make deals with Prime Ministers, collude with corrupt police – and to label anyone who criticises them as an enemy of ‘free speech’.
11 February 2012: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has described a proposal by Paul Dacre, editor-in-chief of the Daily Mail, for the introduction of an industry press card as "ridiculous".
10 February 2012: Journalists are being bullied by newspaper managements and put under huge pressure to deliver the story at all costs, the Leveson Inquiry heard.