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12 September 2017: The NUJ has no confidence in Murdoch’s ability to maintain or promote broadcasting standards. The CMA should investigate further.
24 June 2014: This should be the time to draw a line under the bullying behaviour in newsrooms which put journalists under pressure to act unethically, said Michelle Stanistreet.
30 July 2013: The NUJ is campaigning for a free and fair press and supports media diversity and plurality.
16 February 2012: Two eminent QCs, Geoffrey Robertson and John Hendy, are working with the NUJ on a range of legal measures to challenge the actions of News Corp's Management and Standards Committee, which has handed over journalists' material to the police.
5 September 2011: Day two of the TUC Congress debated arts, media and culture, including media regulation, Lost Arts, the digital economy and the BBC licence fee.
25 July 2011: Evidence has emerged that the Conservative Party changed broadcasting policy at the prompting of News Corporation's James Murdoch.
30 June 2011: NUJ members took part in a protest against the government's announcement to allow News International to takeover BSkyB on Thursday 30 June.
15 April 2011: Pressure is mounting to stop the planned News International takeover of BskyB, following the media giant's admission of phone hacking at the News of the World.
26 January 2011: Veterans of the historic Wapping fight joined a large crowd of media workers to attended a meeting in Fleet Street on Tuesday to mark the 25th anniversary of the News International dispute.
25 January 2011: The NUJ has condemned as "astonishing" the decision by culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, to delay consideration of the takeover of BSkyB while Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation submits more data on its bid for the broadcaster.