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NUJ members at risk of being deported from UK

4 March 2016: Union calls on the government to think again on latest immigration proposals.

Turkey's journalists call for solidarity

22 September 2015: Journalists unite to condemn the surge in attacks on press freedom and the pressure is expected to intensify as the country heads for another election in November.

NUJ intervention wins reprieve for Iraqi journalist

1 February 2013: A campaign led by the Manchester and Salford NUJ branch has blocked the deportation of Rzhwan Amin, a Kurdish-Iraqi journalist asylum seeker.

Union fights deportation of NUJ member

25 January 2013: The union has backed calls to halt the deportation of Rzhwan Amin, an NUJ member and UK based journalist who fled Iraq in 2010 because of threats relating to newspaper articles he had written.

Lorna Kamotho supported by Kenyan colleagues after deportation

18 October 2011: NUJ member Lorna Kamotho has been deported from the UK.

Decision awaited in case of Charles Atangana

30 March 2011: Journalists mounted a vigil at the Immigration and Asylum Court in central London and attended a hearing in solidarity with NUJ member Charles Atangana.

European court blocks deportation of Sudanese journalist

18 February 2011: The European Court of Human Rights has ordering the UK Border Agency not to deport Abeer Awooda to Sudan.

New court date for Charles Atangana

21 December 2010: The case of NUJ member, Charles Atangana, was adjourned at the High Court and the next court hearing is on 15 February in London.

Sierra Leone journalist fights deportation

17 December 2010: NUJ members in Manchester have set up a petition against attempts by the UK government to deport fellow member, James Fallah-Williams.

Government announces review of counter-terrorism powers

14 October 2010: The UK Home Secretary has announced a rapid review of key counter-terrorism and security powers.

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