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Terrorism laws should not be used to sidestep press freedom, says NUJ

29 October 2015: Union criticises seizure of a Newsnight reporter's laptop using terrorism laws.

Death of former NUJ general secretary Ken Morgan

10 August 2015: Tributes have been paid to Ken Morgan who died last week.

Time for change on surveillance, says NUJ

17 July 2015: Union responds to High Court ruling on surveillance laws, the Interception of Communications Commissioner’s report and the terms of reference for the Pitchford inquiry.

NUJ welcomes Impress application for recognition

20 May 2015: The union has endorsed Impress as an alternative to IPSO as it offers an independent framework to enable ethical journalism and safeguards for all journalists.

NUJ condemns IPSO decision on describing migrants as ‘cockroaches’

5 May 2015: By rejecting the complaint, IPSO has thrown further doubt on its own legitimacy.

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.

New UK surveillance law should include protections for journalists

12 March 2015: Any new primary legislation needs to replace the existing powers and offer a "shield law" for journalists.

Irish president Michael D Higgins lauds ICTU ethics initiative

27 February 2015: President Michael D Higgins has launched an initiative by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) and supported by the NUJ, highlighting the importance of an ethical approach to employment and the workplace.

RIPA reforms will not go far enough

26 February 2015: The NUJ believes the current proposals on RIPA reform are not enough to ensure press freedom.

NUJ repeats calls for conscience clause as journalists’ ethics discussed in parliament

24 February 2015: The union wants to see any new ethical guidelines introduced at the Telegraph newspaper on advertising and journalistic ethics to be meaningful and include a conscience clause for journalists.

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