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NUJ criticises 'inaccurate' Met photography guidance

9 July 2009: The NUJ has attacked new guidance issued by the Metropolitan Police which includes inaccurate information about photographers.

Police could face prosecution for misusing anti-terror laws

18 June 2009: Police officers who use UK anti-terror legislation to hinder photographers have been warned they could face prosecution.

'Stop police officers hitting journalists' conference hears

19 May 2009: The work of photographers was under threat from the Metropolitan Police, a union conference in London was told yesterday.

NUJ calls for investigation into Tamil protest policing

15 May 2009: The NUJ has called for an investigation into the targeting of journalists by the Metropolitan Police Territorial Support Group.

NUJ regional media awards to highlight hypocrisy

11 May 2009: The NUJ has launched an alternative awards scheme for the regional media in Britain and Ireland.

Yorkshire Post photographer among regional award winners

8 May 2009: Regional Press Awards winners for 2009 include a photographer from the Yorkshire Post where NUJ members took 13 days of strike action to oppose compulsory cuts in the photography department.

MP releases footage of police 'kettling' journalist

21 April 2009: A Liberal Democrat MP has released video footage of a journalist detained inside a police cordon at one of the G20 protests in London earlier this month.

Forum puts photographers in the picture

1 April 2009: Photographers in London have attended a meeting to discuss their legal rights.

Glasgow photographers reject Trinity Mirror rights grab

20 February 2009: About 150 freelance photographers have rejected attempts by Trinity Mirror in Glasgow to worsen their work terms and conditions.

Police Federation shares NUJ criticism of anti-terror law

16 February 2009: The Metropolitan Police Federation has echoed the NUJ's fears that new anti-terror legislation could be targeted at journalists.

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