Showing items tagged with 'phone hacking'
7 May 2015: Shareholders at the Trinity Mirror were asked to support NUJ members in Caernarfon and heard criticism of phone hacking and excutive bonuses.
24 November 2014: For the first time since the dispute ended, the story is being told from the point of view of the sacked workers and their trade unions.
24 June 2014: This should be the time to draw a line under the bullying behaviour in newsrooms which put journalists under pressure to act unethically, said Michelle Stanistreet.
19 July 2013: NUJ ethics council comments on SOCA refusing to identify the companies involved in illegal practices.
3 December 2012: The Leveson Inquiry was set up by David Cameron to examine the culture, practices and ethics of the press. Lord Justice Leveson was asked to examine the relationship of the press with the public, police and politicians. The National Union of Journalist had core participant status at the inquiry.
20 September 2012: The NUJ is teaming up with the Hacked Off campaign and the Coordinating Committee for Media Reform to organise fringe meetings at the conferences of the three main political parties in the UK.
10 October 2011: During the morning session of the Irish Biennial Conference on Saturday, delegates condemned the latest BBC cuts and highlighted in particular the threat to 70 Belfast job and attacks on local radio.
20 September 2011: The Metropolitan Police have announced the withdrawal of attempts to seize source materials from Guardian journalists relating to the phone hacking scandal using the Official Secrets Act.
17 September 2011: The Metropolitan police want to use the Official Secrets Act to force Guardian reporters to disclose their phone-hacking sources.
7 September 2011: The Guardian's special investigations correspondent Amelia Hill has been questioned under caution by police investigating leaks from the Metropolitan Police phone-hacking probe Operation Weeting.