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30 March 2017: NUJ members at the Daily Telegraph are stunned at the decision to hire Andy Coulson.
23 February 2017: The NUJ has welcomed the culture, media and sport parliamentary select committee response on the implementation of section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013.
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.
15 April 2016: NUJ parliamentary group chair speaks to DM conference.
4 December 2015: The union critically responds to the editors’ code of practice changes.
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.
5 May 2015: By rejecting the complaint, IPSO has thrown further doubt on its own legitimacy.