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Union reacts to Mirror merger with the Express & Star newspapers

21 June 2018: NUJ reacts to the deal combining Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell Media Group.

NUJ calls for absolute clarity on proposed Northern Ireland press review

10 May 2018: Union says the review must be wide-ranging and examine the range of challenges facing journalism and journalists.

Welsh government called on to fund public interest journalism

10 May 2018: NUJ welcomes a report which has called on public funding for news provision,because the commercial model is failing.

Irish government urged to mark world press freedom day by backing Media Commission

2 May 2018: Union calls for media investigation and reform in Ireland

On-the-ground journalists must have their say in the government's press inquiry, says the NUJ

12 March 2018: Dame Frances Cairncross has been appointed as chair of the DCMS's review of press sustainability in the UK.

NUJ says editorial roles must be protected after Express take-over deal

9 February 2018: The "brilliant journalists" on the Mirror and Express newspapers must not be casualties of the £126.7m Trinity Mirror deal.

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.

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