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NUJ welcomes new body to oversee tech giants

27 November 2020: The Digital Markets Unit will be set up “to oversee a pro-competition regime for digital platforms, including those funded by digital advertising”.

Lords report calls for tech platforms to pay for news and an industry-wide diversity charter

27 November 2020: NUJ backs peers recommendations, but calls for a bolder response and levy on tech giants to fund innovation and greater media plurality.

News Recovery Plan

11 May 2020: The NUJ has launched a News Recovery Plan for the UK and Ireland to sustain the press and media through the Covid-19 crisis and reinvigorate the industry into a reimagined future. It sets out a bold set of measures and interventions to support and protect jobs and quality journalism.

Would I Lie to You? How can journalists promote news that can be trusted?

1 March 2019: Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted? The NUJ hosts an event for media literacy week.

NUJ response to the Cairncross Review

12 February 2019: This is an important report which charts the demise in public interest journalism, but should Dame Frances have been braver and made Facebook and Google responsible for the news they exploit?

NUJ reaction to Corbyn’s media speech

23 August 2018: NUJ responds to Jeremy Corbyn's Alternative MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival

Welsh government called on to fund public interest journalism

10 May 2018: NUJ welcomes a report which has called on public funding for news provision,because the commercial model is failing.

Downstairs at the NUJ… with Sir Harry Evans

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.

Don’t turn tough sound-bites into repressive, chilling laws, NUJ tells May

30 September 2014: Broadcasting bans and a return to the Snoopers' Charter, set out by the Home Secretary, are anti-democratic and anti-press.

Stop the dangerous Snoopers' Charter bill

19 April 2013: The government is planning to include its Communications Data Bill, otherwise known as the Snoopers' Charter, in the Queen's Speech.

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