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Looking back with hope and anger

4 June 2019: Séamus Dooley, NUJ assistant general secretary reflects on the outcome of the nine-month ordeal of Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey.

Bail on Belfast journalists must be lifted

3 June 2019: As the High Court, Belfast, confirms the return of all material inappropriately seized by the PSNI, the NUJ calls for the threat of criminal prosecution against Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey to be stopped.

NUJ response to Saoradh statement

17 May 2019: The union has responded to a statement issued by Saoradh, following the presence of media representatives observing a police raid in Derry.

Solidarity protest outside Belfast court for No Stone Unturned journalists

20 March 2019: Journalists met by supporters as they challenge the police search warrants and redactions made to warrant applications

NUJ fury as police step up bid to thwart No Stone Unturned campaign

1 March 2019: In an extraordinary move today the police made an attempt to silence the makers of the award-winning documentary No Stone Unturned

Bail extension for No Stone Unturned journalists "a travesty of justice"

30 November 2018: Police Service of Northern Ireland extend bail for Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey until March 2019

Ombudsman denial sparks demand for lifting of prosecution threat against journalists

8 November 2018: NUJ's Irish Secretary says new evidence shows the arrests of Barry McCaffrey and Trevor Birney were based on a false claim.

Support investigative journalists under threat: sign the petition

4 September 2018: The arrest of journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey by detectives from Durham Constabulary, supported by officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland, represents an attack on investigative journalism.

NUJ calls for absolute clarity on proposed Northern Ireland press review

10 May 2018: Union says the review must be wide-ranging and examine the range of challenges facing journalism and journalists.