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29 January 2019: Despite repeated warnings of the dangers contained in the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill, the government has ignored them.
28 June 2016: Speaking at the NUJ’s PR and communications branch meeting last night, Michelle Stanistreet explained the importance of the union's work on surveillance.
6 April 2016: The parliamentary bill committee meets on Monday 11 April and the NUJ is calling for substantial amendments to the bill.
14 March 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has backed the NUJ's latest campaign against state surveillance of journalists.
11 February 2016: The union continues to urge the government to listen to both parliamentary committees and the exceptionally united views of the media industry.
Journalists, surveillance and the police: How can the secret state learn to live with the fourth estate?
31 March 2015: The union is committed to campaign for a shield law for journalists, one that is fit for purpose and part of new legislation.
23 February 2015: The union has urged for caution in response to the latest announcements to changes on the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA).
14 October 2014: An international conference has been organised to discuss concerns about mass surveillance of the media and to explore practical steps for safeguarding journalists and their sources.
13 April 2014: Chris Frost, national executive, on the Independent Press Standards Organisation, plus conference votes for independent press regulator.
3 February 2014: The NUJ is calling on MPs to support a reasoned amendment tabled by Caroline Lucas, Jonathan Edwards, John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn.