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22 July 2011: The vital role of the NUJ Code of Conduct in securing media standards was underlined in the Commons debate on the Leveson inquiry by John McDonnell, the secretary of the NUJ Parliamentary Group.
11 July 2011: The NUJ has added its voice to demands for a debate in the Commons on Wednesday on the proposed BSkyB deal.
20 May 2011: The promise by the Foreign Office to "reflect" on a mauling by MPs in a Commons' special debate about threatened massive cuts to the BBC World Service has received a guarded welcome from journalists.
17 May 2011: The UK Parliament is to debate cuts to the BBC World Service next Thursday 19 May.
31 January 2011: A committee of MPs has endorsed NUJ opposition to proposals by Eric Pickles, communities minister, to restrict the publication of council-run newspapers and magazines.
14 January 2011: Jeremy Hunt, the government's culture secretary, was not a "suitable person" to oversee Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation bid to take total control of satellite broadcaster BSkyB, union bosses told a meeting in the House of Commons.
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.
1 April 2009: More than 100 MPs have signed a parliamentary motion, that calls on the UK government to demand guarantees about regional journalism before relaxing monopoly regulations or bailing out media companies.