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Murdoch bid referral should include broadcasting standards

12 September 2017: The NUJ has no confidence in Murdoch’s ability to maintain or promote broadcasting standards. The CMA should investigate further.

NUJ seeks reassurances on potential Express & Trinity Mirror deal

8 September 2017: Union raises concerns on media plurlaity and impact on staff.

Were the Tory tabloids defanged? The media and the general election.

20 July 2017: Nick Jones, former BBC Labour and political correspondent, leads a discussion on the coverage of the election by the tabloids and asks if the result exposed the growing impotence of the Sun and its like.

NUJ welcomes Sky bid announcement

29 June 2017: The Fox Sky bid referral to the UK Competition and Markets Authority must go ahead.

Welsh Assembly urged to support quality journalism as MP calls for inquiry into the future of Welsh print news

28 March 2017: Welsh Assembly AMs marked Local News Matters Week by calling on local newspapers to be made community assets.

Stop the Murdoch media takeover

16 March 2017: The NUJ, TUC, IFJ and ETUC express concerns about the proposed merger of 21st Century Fox Inc and Sky plc.

Parliamentary debate on Celtic Media sale vital, says NUJ

31 January 2017: The union has written to the committee urging them to organise a public hearing.

Murdoch media grab should be stopped

15 December 2016: There is no public benefit in Murdoch consolidation of media power and control.

Union opposes Celtic Media takeover in Ireland

21 September 2016: Union movement expresses concern at the INM proposed takeover and urge the minister to veto the plan.

NUJ seeks Naughten pledge on sale of regional newspapers

5 September 2016: The union has called on the Communications minister to fully investigate the proposed acquisition by Independent News and Media plc of the publishing arm of the Celtic Media Group.

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