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Photographers call 'Wellers' law' wrong and unworkable

5 January 2015: The NUJ Photographers' council has called a campaign for a law to prevent the press from publishing photographs of children without parental consent "simplistic, dangerous, wrong in principle" and "unworkable".

Regulator must step in to monitor how TV and radio industry treats women

23 October 2014: Evidence shows women are paid less and passed over for promotion, so Ofcom should hold broadcasters to account, peers were told by the NUJ.

survey reveals women earn less than male counterparts in broadcasting

30 September 2014: Reports of sexual harassment, examples of "everyday sexism" and career progression stymied after having children were cited in a survey of NUJ members.

Last-ditch effort needed in campaign for changes to disastrous lobbying bill

17 January 2014: Despite winning concessions and inflicting a few defeats, pressure must be maintained on peers and MPs as the legislation reaches its final stages

Lobbying bill will do nothing to clean up the industry, says NUJ council

4 November 2013: As peers debate the lobbying bill, the union calls for amendments to ensure a register which covers all lobbyists

Peers must act to scupper the "gagging bill"

18 October 2013: The transparency of lobbying, non-party campaigning and trade union administration bill is a danger to political freedom and must be amended.

NUJ calls for action on media plurality and caps on ownership

31 May 2013: Michelle Stanistreet argues for set ownership caps and special protection for local media in a blog for the LSE's Media Policy Project.

Peers call on Leveson for 'suitable protection of whistleblowers'

16 February 2012: The Lords Communications Committee report on the future of investigative journalism has recommended that the government and Lord Justice Leveson protect whistleblowers.