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6 March 2018: Union calls for a cross party campaign against the government’s decision to shelve the second stage of the Leveson inquiry.
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.
25 October 2016: The union welcomed the Press Regulation Panel's decision to recognise another press regulator.
23 August 2016: NUJ says more transparency is needed over the UK's media organisation's role in blocking the press regulator's case.
1 June 2016: Chris Frost, chair of the union's ethics council, reflects on the implementation of the Leveson inquiry recommendations.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.