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Irish government urged not to sacrifice creative workers

9 May 2011: Ireland's trade and enterprise minister has announced a review of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000.

DM2011: President Pete Murray stresses importance of marches

5 April 2011: Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.

NUJ protests police treatment of journalists at EDL protest

5 April 2011: The NUJ has protested to Lancashire Constabulary about its treatment of journalists covering the EDL protest in Blackburn on Saturday 2 April.

Union demands full investigation of Sport Group closure

1 April 2011: The NUJ has called for a full investigation into the collapse of the Sport Media Group.

Sheffield journalists hail victory in Johnston Press dispute

8 February 2011: A strike by nearly sixty journalists at Sheffield Newspapers has been suspended after the NUJ chapel accepted a new deal.

Photographer wins £30,000 redress from Met

7 December 2010: A photographer who was struck in the face by a police shield during the G20 protests last year has been awarded £30,000 compensation by the Metropolitan police.

Commons meeting discusses photographers, ethics, privacy and police

16 November 2010: Don Foster MP opened the 'Who's Afraid of Photographers?' seminar in the House of Commons with words of warning for the photographers present.

Journalists harassed and detained in Zimbabwe

3 November 2010: The NUJ has condemned the arrest and harassment of two freelance journalists in Zimbabwe.

Copyright is key to photographer earnings

6 July 2010: A new survey has shown that retaining copyright could be one of the best business decisions that freelance or self-employed photographers make.

NUJ members receive apology and compensation from police

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.

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