Showing items tagged with 'inquiry'
14 September 2020: The NUJ’s Welsh Executive Council welcomed many of recommendations in the committee’s report into the impact of Covid-19 on local media, but tougher solutions are needed.
26 April 2016: The campaign will be taken to the heart of local communities as a new report revealed a huge lack of plurality and a democratic deficit in the local press.
24 October 2014: Hugo Swire MP has written to the NUJ rejecting calls for further investigations of possible UK involvement in the Indian operation at Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple), Amritsar 1984.
18 June 2014: The culture, media and sport committee will take evidence from NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet at 12 noon on Tuesday 24 June.
29 October 2013: The NUJ has given support to calls for an independent public inquiry into the revelations that undercover policing has been used against political protest and campaigns.
11 July 2011: The NUJ has added its voice to demands for a debate in the Commons on Wednesday on the proposed BSkyB deal.
8 April 2011: The NUJ has demanded that the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World must be subject of a full judicial inquiry.
31 January 2011: BBC World Service journalists have welcomed the decision of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee to hold an inquiry into planned cuts in jobs and services at the internationally-respected broadcaster.
3 September 2010: The NUJ today backed calls for a full judicial investigation into mounting evidence of widespread telephone tapping at the News of the World.
3 August 2009: The Low Pay Commission is to launch a major inquiry into the abuse of work experience placements.