Showing items tagged with 'guardian'
20 August 2013: The detention of David Miranda was yet another chilling incident in a series of attacks on civil liberties and freedom of the press.
23 May 2013: The Local World chief's plan to remove the 'human interface' from publishing is a nightmare vision of journalism's future… says Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary in an article for the Guardian.
27 February 2013: The NUJ has reached agreement with the Guardian and Observer as compulsory redundancies have been withdrawn.
5 February 2013: Journalists on the Guardian and Observer have voted overwhelmingly for strike action over compulsory redundancies.
10 January 2013: Editors must create a truly independent regulatory body and not penalise reporters who refuse to contravene the code of conduct, said Michelle Stanistreet in an article in the Guardian.
24 October 2012: NUJ Deputy General Secretary, Barry Fitzpatrick, and chapel officers at the Guardian have met with the paper's management.
26 July 2012: MPs on the Justice Select Committee have concluded that The Freedom of Information Act is generally working well and its scope should not be diminished.
22 June 2012: The Guardian was named Website of the Year at the Online Media Awards and the Chairman's Award went to Mail Online.
28 February 2012: Attempts to dilute the UK Freedom of Information Act and bring in new charges for requests must be resisted, the NUJ has told a committee of MPs.
17 February 2012: A pay deal has been agreed between the Guardian and NUJ that will give journalists a 3 per cent rise for each year 2011 and 2012.