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NUJ calls for no detrimental changes to official secrets laws

15 June 2017: Union highlights NUJ members long and proud history of defending the public's right to know and calls for better safeguards for journalists and journalism.

NUJ will robustly defend the latest attempt to curtail press freedom

13 February 2017: Journalists face being criminalised for doing their jobs under proposals to update the Official Secrets Act.

Crispin Aubrey – journalist whose work changed Official Secrets Act

9 October 2012: Crispin Aubrey, who died of a heart attack at the age of 66 on 28 September, was at the centre of one of the major trials involving journalists over the last 40 years.

Met police withdraw Guardian source materials seizure

20 September 2011: The Metropolitan Police have announced the withdrawal of attempts to seize source materials from Guardian journalists relating to the phone hacking scandal using the Official Secrets Act.

IFJ protests against police threats to confidentiality of sources

20 September 2011: The IFJ and EFJ today joined the chorus of condemnation that greeted news the Met Police are invoking the Official Secrets Act to force journalists to reveal their sources.

Met police try to seize Guardian source materials

17 September 2011: The Metropolitan police want to use the Official Secrets Act to force Guardian reporters to disclose their phone-hacking sources.

NUJ condemns Mirror gag – demands full truth

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.