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