Showing items tagged with 'news uk'
18 January 2019: Union expresses concerns about the request to amend the existing rules on editorial independence.
10 January 2017: Union says the notion that successfully defended cases, brought following journalist investigations and reporting, could still lead to a newspaper having to pay costs for the losing side is not tenable.
16 October 2015: NUJ reaction to the end of the police's £20m disaster resulting in one conviction and huge damage to the freedom of the press.
7 May 2015: Why Richard Desmond and the rest of the media moguls are a threat to press freedom in the UK.
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.
19 February 2014: NUJ comment on latest from phone-hacking trial
4 July 2013: Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary of the National Union of Journalists, responds to the Murdoch tapes.
3 December 2012: The Leveson Inquiry was set up by David Cameron to examine the culture, practices and ethics of the press. Lord Justice Leveson was asked to examine the relationship of the press with the public, police and politicians. The National Union of Journalist had core participant status at the inquiry.
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.