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Editors' code changes "will not make any difference", says NUJ

4 December 2015: The union critically responds to the editors’ code of practice changes.

Newsquest NUJ newspaper chapels unite to ballot for strike action

21 May 2014: The NUJ has notified Newsquest of co-ordinated ballots for strike action in response to redundancy threats, pay freezes and plans to transfer staff and work away from local communities. The ballots will start next week and will cover five NUJ Newsquest chapels.

NUJ gives guarded welcome to new regulatory framework

18 March 2013: The NUJ has given a guarded welcome to cross-party agreement that will introduce a new press regulator to supplant the discredited Press Complaints Commission.

NUJ responds to Leveson backlash

6 November 2012: As Lord Leveson prepares to produce his report, those with the most to lose by raising standards within the press are starting their campaign to rubbish his recommendations.

NUJ calls for regulator independent of Parliament and industry

12 July 2012: The NUJ has roundly rejected the model for a new press regulator set out by Lord Black, dismissing it as a club for editors and proprietors, offering just more of the same.

NUJ backs report by MPs and peers opposing privacy law

27 March 2012: The NUJ has backed the recommnendations in the Joint Committee on Privacy report, rejecting a new privacy law.

NUJ responds to PCC closure announcement

8 March 2012: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ General Secretary, has responded to the announcement of the closure of the PCC.

NUJ joins calls for public inquiry into phone hacking

6 July 2011: The NUJ has joined calls for an urgent public inquiry into phone hacking at the News of the World.

Southampton Newsquest members name second strike date

8 November 2010: NUJ members at Newsquest Southampton have announced a further 48-hour strike on 16 and 17 November.

Johnston Press forced to respond to NUJ complaint to PCC

14 June 2010: The Press Complaints Commission has called on Johnston Press to respond to a complaint from the NUJ that senior journalists are being ordered to compromise editorial standards and put accuracy at risk

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