Showing items tagged with 'donald trump'
24 February 2020: The Wikileaks founder starts court proceedings which could have dire consequences for investigative journalism.
1 October 2019: The director general must now rebuild trust amongst journalists and staff and step up and prioritise the work taking place to increase the diversity of the workforce on and off camera, said Michelle Stanistreet.
27 September 2019: Michelle Stanistreet has written to Tony Hall expressing deep concern over the BBC’s determination that the presenter had breached the corporation’s editorial guidelines and asked him to get the decision reversed.
26 September 2019: The BBC has got it very wrong – BBC journalists should not be prohibited from commenting on evidently racist language, especially at a time when racist rhetoric is having a real impact on people’s lives.
8 November 2018: Michelle Stanistreet sent a message of solidarity to CNN's Jim Acosta after he was banned from White House press conferences.
29 October 2018: Michelle Stanistreet said the death of the Saudi columnist must be used to force governments to end impunity and back an UN convention for the protection of journalists.
Information for the press covering the anti-Trump and Tommy Robinson demonstrations on Saturday 14 July
13 July 2018: The NUJ has issued emergency legal contacts for press covering the anti-Trump and Tommy Robinson demonstrations.
4 July 2018: Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, says the union is concerned at his expression of “sympathy” with Donald Trump’s view of the media and for criticising specific programmes at a meeting in New York.
2 March 2018: The former Sunday Times editor had plenty to say about fake news, Facebook, Google, Donald Trump, truth and good writing in conversation with NUJ president Tim Dawson.
15 June 2011: Journalists in Scotland are welcoming an "extraordinary" documentary that exposes the relationship between controversial American billionaire Donald Trump and Grampian police.