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"Leveson Part 2 is unfinished business" says NUJ general secretary

6 March 2018: Union calls for a cross party campaign against the government’s decision to shelve the second stage of the Leveson inquiry.

NUJ says press regulation must include affordable independent arbitration

10 January 2017: Union says the notion that successfully defended cases, brought following journalist investigations and reporting, could still lead to a newspaper having to pay costs for the losing side is not tenable.

NUJ response to recognition of the regulator Impress

25 October 2016: The union welcomed the Press Regulation Panel's decision to recognise another press regulator.

Delay of decision on Impress's royal charter "farcical, but predictable"

23 August 2016: NUJ says more transparency is needed over the UK's media organisation's role in blocking the press regulator's case.

The latest on Leveson

1 June 2016: Chris Frost, chair of the union's ethics council, reflects on the implementation of the Leveson inquiry recommendations.

NUJ welcomes Impress application for recognition

20 May 2015: The union has endorsed Impress as an alternative to IPSO as it offers an independent framework to enable ethical journalism and safeguards for all journalists.

NUJ repeats calls for conscience clause as journalists’ ethics discussed in parliament

24 February 2015: The union wants to see any new ethical guidelines introduced at the Telegraph newspaper on advertising and journalistic ethics to be meaningful and include a conscience clause for journalists.

Bristol Branch meeting, October 2014

7 October 2014: We will be discussing The Journalist editor election and editorial independence, and press regulation and tabloid journalism. In November we will have a showing of the film "One Rogue Reporter" with an Q&A with Richard Peppiatt.

Press regulation the IMPRESS way

26 March 2014: Jonathan Heawood, founding director of the IMPRESS project, highlights the need for press regulation that is independent of politicians and press owners.

NUJ welcomes rival press regulator to industry-led Ipso

9 December 2013: Sir Harold Evans, former editor of the Sunday Times, has become patron of the Impress project, a press regulator independent of the industry.