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NUJ welcomes Belfast ruling on protection of sources

6 February 2019: Union welcomes Northern Ireland Crown Court judgement today

NUJ welcomes ECHR judgement on UK surveillance of journalists

13 September 2018: The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws

Unions monitor criminal trial of journalists in Turkey

20 June 2017: IFJ/EFJ observer sent to Istanbul to monitor the first trial of journalists accused of participating in the failed coup.

NUJ calls for no detrimental changes to official secrets laws

15 June 2017: Union highlights NUJ members long and proud history of defending the public's right to know and calls for better safeguards for journalists and journalism.

Union leaders call for police to explain document shredding

16 February 2017: Trade union leaders question the inquiry team's ability to stop the police from obstructing the pursuit of justice.

Union hails successful legal challenge to UK surveillance laws

21 December 2016: The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the European court of justice (ECJ) that general and indiscriminate retention of email and electronic communications by the UK government is illegal.

Journalists & John Catt challenge UK domestic extremism database

25 July 2016: During our campaign to amend the Investigatory Powers Bill we have been told that the surveillance of journalists and trade unionists is a thing of the past. This is patently not the case.

NUJ secured over £4m for members in 2015

1 April 2016: The NUJ offers comprehensive legal services to members and secured more than £4 million in compensation for members in 2015.

Sussex Police apologise to NUJ photojournalists

16 October 2015: Sussex Police have apologised to NUJ members after the police stopped and searched a group of journalists in 2013.

NUJ launches legal challenge to BBC deal with Treasury

22 July 2015: The union believes the deal which shifts the payment of free TV licences for those aged 75 and over from the Department for Work and Pensions to the corporation is legally flawed.

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