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Inquiry into local news backed by MPs

31 March 2017: Local news was championed in Parliament in a Westminster Hall debate and the minister was urged to call an inquiry

Research launch & debate in parliament on local news matters

28 March 2017: New research reveals depth of crisis in local and regional media.

National Insurance U-turn welcomed by the NUJ

15 March 2017: "This is a huge relief for NUJ freelances and, indeed, for all self-employed people in the UK," said John Toner, NUJ freelance organiser.

NUJ condemns insurance contribution hike

9 March 2017: Union condemns government decision to increase national insurance contributions.

NUJ welcomes parliamentary recommendations on Section 40

23 February 2017: The NUJ has welcomed the culture, media and sport parliamentary select committee response on the implementation of section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013.

NUJ wins safeguards for journalists in the Digital Economy Bill

9 February 2017: Helen Goodman, chair of the NUJ's Parliamentary Group, has won changes to the bill which will safeguard journalists sharing information in the public interest and protect whistleblowers.

BBC campaign

4 January 2017: Love it or Lose it: the joint unions' campaign to fight for the BBC during charter renewal continues.

Union hails successful legal challenge to UK surveillance laws

21 December 2016: The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the European court of justice (ECJ) that general and indiscriminate retention of email and electronic communications by the UK government is illegal.

Funding must be restored to BBC Monitoring, in the national interest, says MPs' committee

20 December 2016: The defence select committee has called for BBC Monitoring to be directly funded by government, following the corporation's decision to cut almost 100 jobs from the service.

Reaction to the passing of the Investigatory Powers Bill

18 November 2016: The extremely intrusive and unnecessary surveillance powers contained within the Investigatory Powers Bill trample over the very principles of journalism.

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