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NUJ gives evidence on unpaid internships

3 November 2009: The NUJ has given evidence about the exploitation of work experience students and interns to a UK government panel.

Coalition forms to oppose secret inquests

22 October 2009: The NUJ has joined with civil rights groups, including Liberty and Inquest, to oppose UK government plans to hold some inquests in private.

Don’t top-slice licence fee, unions warn Bradshaw

1 October 2009: Over 100 people packed an NUJ/BECTU event at the Labour Party conference on Wednesday.

Union postcard campaign opposes BBC top-slicing

4 September 2009: The NUJ and other media unions are distributing thousands of postcards for people to send to the UK government to protest about a possible attack on the BBC licence fee.

Government report calls for national standards for internships

21 July 2009: The UK government has published a report proping a best practice code and Kitemark system to improve the quality of internships provided in professions such as journalism.

UK government proposes 'top-slicing' BBC license fee

16 June 2009: A government report published today has suggested using part of the licence fee to fund news provision beyond the BBC.

NUJ publishes plan to reinvigorate local journalism

9 June 2009: The NUJ has today published an eight-point plan to reinvigorate local journalism and has written to Ben Bradshaw, the UK's new culture minister, to urge him to back the plan.

Newspaper Society AGM targeted by campaign against cuts

14 May 2009: The NUJ has taken its quest for justice for journalists to the headquarters of the Newspaper Society.

Equality Bill lacks 'key reforms to close gender pay gap'

11 May 2009: The Equality Bill is being debated in the UK Parliament today.

Listen to MPs not media bosses, UK government urged

16 April 2009: The NUJ is calling on the government to think again before rushing through a communications bill allowing for media mergers.

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