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Home Office must not take its orders from Assad

4 October 2016: The union's parliamentary group has protested at the confiscation of Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim’s passport by the British authorities at the request of the Syrian government.

Journalists & John Catt challenge UK domestic extremism database

25 July 2016: During our campaign to amend the Investigatory Powers Bill we have been told that the surveillance of journalists and trade unionists is a thing of the past. This is patently not the case.

Investigatory Powers Bill parliamentary event

23 March 2016: Event jointly organised by the NUJ, Law Society and Bar Council in parliament on Monday 11 April.

Time for change on surveillance, says NUJ

17 July 2015: Union responds to High Court ruling on surveillance laws, the Interception of Communications Commissioner’s report and the terms of reference for the Pitchford inquiry.

NUJ welcomes Pitchford inquiry into undercover policing

16 July 2015: The inquiry follows revelations of police monitoring trade unions, MPs, journalists, the families of those who have died in police custody and campaigners.

NUJ calls on members to respond to RIPA consultation - deadline Tuesday 20 January

15 January 2015: The NUJ has urged members to respond to the RIPA code of practice consultation before the deadline on Tuesday.

RIPA code of practice will not protect journalists or sources

10 December 2014: The new draft code of practice on RIPA has been published and provides no safeguards on accessing journalists' communications.

Judicial oversight is key for accessing communications data, says NUJ

6 December 2014: Union welcomes parliamentary committee calls for complete overhaul of legislation governing communications data.

Home Office pledges to improve police-press relations

28 October 2008: The NUJ has welcomed a commitment from the Home Office to work with the union to improve recognition of journalistic freedoms by the police.