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NUJ condemns Hong Kong media arrest

11 August 2020: The NUJ joins the International Federation of Journalists to call on the Hong Kong government to stop all attacks on the media and drop the charges against Jimmy Lai.

NUJ demands an end to attacks on journalists

4 June 2020: The union condemns the attacks and demands an end to hostility and harassment

Media freedom requires a viable news industry, says NUJ

2 May 2020: On the eve of World Press Freedom Day the union has stressed the need for adequate investment and resources for journalism

Council of Europe reports a wave of attacks on media freedom

30 April 2020: The platform recorded 142 serious threats to media freedom, including 33 physical attacks against journalists, 17 new cases of detention and imprisonment and 43 cases of harassment and intimidation

NUJ condemns violent threat to Belfast journalist

8 April 2020: Those behind this despicable threat have issued it in the hope of silencing a specific journalist and journalism in general

Coronavirus crisis no justification for restricting media questions, says NUJ

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

Attending the Assange trial - day three

27 February 2020: Arguments centre on whether it is admissible to extradite those accused of ‘political’ offences

Assange faces first steps towards extradition

24 February 2020: The Wikileaks founder starts court proceedings which could have dire consequences for investigative journalism.

Assange extradition “a devastating blow for media freedom”

5 February 2020: The judicial instruments being used against Julian Assange are a monstrous attack on press freedom, NUJ national executive member Tim Dawson told a rally in London.

Government must stop press paranoia, says NUJ

3 February 2020: The NUJ condemns government officials who barred certain news organisations from a political journalists' breifing at Number 10.

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