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15 June 2017: The European Court of Human Rights took issue with the size of the Supreme Court’s award and said the Independent News and Media’s freedom of expression had been breached.
11 February 2016: The union continues to urge the government to listen to both parliamentary committees and the exceptionally united views of the media industry.
Journalists, surveillance and the police: How can the secret state learn to live with the fourth estate?
31 March 2015: The union is committed to campaign for a shield law for journalists, one that is fit for purpose and part of new legislation.
3 October 2014: The NUJ urges politicians, trade unions and civic society representatives to resist attempts to undermine the ability of British citizens to have their rights vindicated by the European Court of Human Rights.
13 August 2012: The NUJ continues to campaign hard for the protection of journalistic sources - a vital principle contained in the union's code of conduct.
17 September 2011: The Metropolitan police want to use the Official Secrets Act to force Guardian reporters to disclose their phone-hacking sources.
18 March 2011: The UK government has laid a written ministerial statement to both houses of Parliament that brings back stop and search powers under the Terrorism Act 2000 from today.
18 February 2011: The European Court of Human Rights has ordering the UK Border Agency not to deport Abeer Awooda to Sudan.
25 June 2010: Two NUJ members have received an apology and damages from the Metropolitan Police after being forcibly prevented from working by officers at a political protest outside the Greek Embassy in 2008.
27 May 2010: The president of the NUJ has said that there is some positive news for NUJ members in the Queen's speech, but he criticised the lack of detail.