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3 April 2020: There is no justification for limiting the ability of the media to question ministers directly or change long standing protocols in Ireland
22 July 2019: The decision by the BBC to agree to prevent the Persian Service from using material gathered in Iran has deeply affected the morale and well-being of NUJ members
8 July 2019: Photographers delighted to get full access to the parade after being turned down by the organisers.
5 July 2019: Members were fustrated at being denied full access to the London Pride parade by the event's organisers.
20 August 2015: The News Media Association has followed the NUJ's opposition to £100 accreditation fee and stipulation that footage must be shared by the Notting Hill Carnival organisers.
18 August 2015: The NUJ is urging members to reject the £100 fee for media accreditation and expectation to hand over material to the organisers of this year’s Notting Hill Carnival.
14 April 2015: The media has a vital role to play in the coverage of the general election. That is why the NUJ is deeply concerned that political parties are preventing journalists from covering events and asking the questions voters want to hear.
16 March 2015: NUJ Black members AGM
Speakers: Samantha Asumadu of Media Diversified and NUJ organiser Dominic Bascombe (formerly Father of the Chapel at the Voice Newspaper.
Refreshments and registration from 6pm.
The meeting will also be an opportunity to debate issues and elect members to the NUJ Black members council. More information and documents will be sent to members when they have booked to attend.
To book a place, please email Lena Calvert, NUJ equality officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, please indicate any dietary or access requirements.
1 September 2011: Essex County Council have now confirmed they will allow media access during the mass eviction of the Dale Farm traveller site in Basildon.