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3 August 2007: The emergency committee of the NUJ's national executive has unanimously ruled that the controversial Drogheda Independent house agreement can be signed.
4 May 2006: The NUJ president will show Trinity Mirror a massive red card when he fronts a protest outside the company’s shareholders’ AGM in London.
29 November 2005: The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has rejected a complaint against the Daily Express concerning a story headlined “Bombers are all spongeing (sic) asylum seekers”.
27 September 2005: The NUJ has called on the Chief Constable of the PSNI to hand over the investigation into the murder of Martin O'Hagan to an outside police force.
26 January 2005: The NUJ has spoken out in defence of the Daily Mirror newspaper after it was issued with a gagging order in relation to an allegedly leaked memo.
26 January 2005: More than 80 journalists protested in Bristol against plans by Northcliffe to cut jobs at the Evening Post and Western Daily Press.