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NUJ reaction to verdicts on hacking trial

24 June 2014: This should be the time to draw a line under the bullying behaviour in newsrooms which put journalists under pressure to act unethically, said Michelle Stanistreet.

NUJ backs advertising watchdog's ruling on paid-for links service

18 June 2014: The Advertising Standards Agency has challenged the practice of providing recommended links to advertisers below online stories.

NUJ at TUC disabled workers' conference 2014

11 June 2014: NUJ members give report on the event and elected to TUC disabled members committee.

Updated NUJ race reporting guidelines and EFJ manifesto

16 May 2014: In advance of the 2014 Elections, the NUJ has re-issued its race reporting guidelines and the EFJ has launched a manifesto.

Countdown to world press freedom day: no free press; no democracy

1 May 2014: The vital role of journalism in democratic society was stressed by the Chief Justice of Ireland Mrs Justice Susan Denham at an NUJ seminar held in Dublin to mark World Press Freedom Day.

DM2014: The Future of Journalism

17 April 2014: Delegates left Eastbourne with a renewed sense of purpose after one of the most successful delegate meetings in recent years – and with a determination to ensure a future for a fair and free press.

Rogue firms nominated for badge of shame

17 April 2014: Public to vote for winner of comedian and NUJ member Mark Thomas's new Bastardtrade award.

Ethics and Society: journalism and the internet

17 April 2014: Second in a deabte on ethics and society initiated by the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins.

Council publications: Why fix something that isn't broken?

20 March 2014: Member of Parliament and former journalist Alex Cunningham suggests the Secretary of State’s new role would be better described as "Censor in Chief".

Local World newspaper should not be mouthpiece for police

14 March 2014: David Montgomery’s distorted vision is to allow police, and other public and private organisations, to post their stories directly on to local websites.

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