Showing items tagged with 'press freedom'
29 September 2020: Unless the media forces courts to justify keeping material from the media, the danger is that it becomes the default.
21 July 2020: NUJ press freedom campaign supporting investigative journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey
11 May 2020: The NUJ has launched a News Recovery Plan for the UK and Ireland to sustain the press and media through the Covid-19 crisis and reinvigorate the industry into a reimagined future. It sets out a bold set of measures and interventions to support and protect jobs and quality journalism.
16 April 2020: Michelle Stanistreet has set out a bold set of measures and interventions to support and protect jobs and quality journalism now and for the future.
31 March 2020: Following constructive talks with the NUJ and the National Police Chiefs Council, the council has produced guidance on working with journalists during the Covid-19 outbreak.
7 February 2020: Number 10 has instead provided its own officially-approved images of the Prime Minister.
5 February 2020: The judicial instruments being used against Julian Assange are a monstrous attack on press freedom, NUJ national executive member Tim Dawson told a rally in London.
3 February 2020: The NUJ condemns government officials who barred certain news organisations from a political journalists' breifing at Number 10.
NUJ says government must meet lobby to reconsider changes to briefings which could hamper press freedom
6 January 2020: Moving briefings from Parliament to Downing Street will disproportionately affect local papers and small press organisations, and is ultimately a threat to the freedom of the press.
13 December 2019: The NUJ has joined the Guardian and press freedom organisations in welcoming the judge’s preliminary ruling on the case between business man Arron Banks and journalist Carole Cadwalladr.