Showing items tagged with 'guardian'
11 February 2012: The NUJ has welcomed the Guardian editor-in-chief's decision to reduce his pay and benefits.
3 October 2011: "What was it that happened in those towns and cities? Was it a riot or an uprising?" Hugh Muir asked a full house at the 10th annual Claudia Jones memorial lecture.
20 September 2011: The Metropolitan Police have announced the withdrawal of attempts to seize source materials from Guardian journalists relating to the phone hacking scandal using the Official Secrets Act.
20 September 2011: The IFJ and EFJ today joined the chorus of condemnation that greeted news the Met Police are invoking the Official Secrets Act to force journalists to reveal their sources.
17 September 2011: The Metropolitan police want to use the Official Secrets Act to force Guardian reporters to disclose their phone-hacking sources.
7 September 2011: The Guardian's special investigations correspondent Amelia Hill has been questioned under caution by police investigating leaks from the Metropolitan Police phone-hacking probe Operation Weeting.
5 September 2011: Day two of the TUC Congress debated arts, media and culture, including media regulation, Lost Arts, the digital economy and the BBC licence fee.
8 February 2011: The NUJ has joined calls for Russia to lift its ban on a Guardian journalist re-entering the country.
3 February 2011: The NUJ has called on the Mubarak regime to stop attacking journalists, while welcoming the release of an NUJ member who was arrested in Cairo.
1 February 2011: The Mubarak regime's blackout of internet services in Egypt underlines the importance of protecting the BBC World Service from savage cuts which would deny balanced reporting to people across the globe, the NUJ says.