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NUJ in parliament

27 July 2017: Information about the National Union of Journalists' activity in the UK parliament and the NUJ parliamentary group.

A stronger voice for women in the media

8 March 2017: Fiona Davidson highlights some of the key problems for women in the media and society.

MPs call for blacklist for blacklisters

14 March 2014: Parliamentary report calls for blacklisting firms to be banned from publicly funded contracts.

NUJ calls action at BBC Scotland

25 January 2013: The BBC Scotland NUJ chapel met today in response to the threatened compulsory redundancies and agreed unanimously to take work to rule action.

NUJ member Alieu Ceesay wins fight to stay in the UK

3 August 2011: The NUJ Glasgow Branch member Alieu Ceesay, an asylum seeking journalist, has been allowed to stay in the UK.

Scottish parliamentary committee says local reporters are underpaid

6 July 2010: A six-month investigation into the state of the local newspaper industry in Scotland has concluded that local journalists are overworked and should be better paid.

European colleagues stand up for Scottish Chambers workers 

9 October 2009: The proposed closure of Edinburgh publisher, Chambers Harrap, is to be reviewed at a high-level meeting in Paris by the Lagardère group which owns Hachette UK.

Prosecution of undercover journalist dropped

27 August 2009: An NUJ member who was arrested after she went undercover to investigate the treatment of elderly people will not face prosecution.

Trinity Mirror to meet NUJ negotiators as strike ends

27 April 2009: NUJ negotiators are due to meet senior executives of the Daily Record/Sunday Mail in Glasgow today following a solidly-backed wave of industrial action against compulsory redundancies at the Trinity Mirror-owned titles.

Salmond meets NUJ over Trinity Mirror strike

24 April 2009: Scotland's First Minster, Alex Salmond, supports NUJ leaders in their attempts to solve the problem of compulsory job cuts at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail.

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