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1 July 2015: The BBC's funding and future as a public service broadcaster's is being decided by the government.The NUJ is campaigning for an independent, well-managed and properly-funded corporation.
16 June 2015: Ten Birmingham MPs have written to Simon Fox, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, to protest about his plans to cut jobs at the Birmingham Post and Mail.
27 May 2015: Trade union co-ordinating group responds to the Queen's speech.
19 March 2015: Fifty community representatives have joined members of the NUJ in West Yorkshire to voice concerns about the impact of job cuts on local newspapers.
12 March 2015: Any new primary legislation needs to replace the existing powers and offer a "shield law" for journalists.
26 February 2015: The NUJ believes the current proposals on RIPA reform are not enough to ensure press freedom.
26 February 2015: DCMS select committee says licence fee the best alternative at present, the BBC Trust should be scrapped and a new quango should scrutinise the corporation.
24 February 2015: The union wants to see any new ethical guidelines introduced at the Telegraph newspaper on advertising and journalistic ethics to be meaningful and include a conscience clause for journalists.
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).
20 January 2015: The Law Society, Bar Council, The British Association of Social Workers and National Union of Journalists (NUJ) have come together to express a shared concern in response to the current proposals contained in the draft code of practice for RIPA.