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Radio regulator told to review its “localness” rules as stations close and jobs are lost

3 July 2019: Local radio will become increasing London-centric by new rules which have resulted in 100 job losses and station closures.

NUJ submits Newsquest Cumbria IPSO complaint

18 December 2018: First NUJ complaint to regulator highlights lack of balance in reporting strike action

"Leveson Part 2 is unfinished business" says NUJ general secretary

6 March 2018: Union calls for a cross party campaign against the government’s decision to shelve the second stage of the Leveson inquiry.

Lack of diversity harms broadcasting, says NUJ

30 November 2016: Union calls on Ofcom and government to address the lack of diversity and equality on the Channel 4 board.

Arab declaration for media freedom

4 May 2016: Journalists unions, human rights campaigners and media groups join together and commit to media freedom, independent journalism and the right to information.

NUJ condemns IPSO decision on describing migrants as ‘cockroaches’

5 May 2015: By rejecting the complaint, IPSO has thrown further doubt on its own legitimacy.

Countdown to world press freedom day: no free press; no democracy

1 May 2014: The vital role of journalism in democratic society was stressed by the Chief Justice of Ireland Mrs Justice Susan Denham at an NUJ seminar held in Dublin to mark World Press Freedom Day.

DM2014: Not independent, without standards and unorganised

13 April 2014: Chris Frost, national executive, on the Independent Press Standards Organisation, plus conference votes for independent press regulator.

Press regulation the IMPRESS way

26 March 2014: Jonathan Heawood, founding director of the IMPRESS project, highlights the need for press regulation that is independent of politicians and press owners.

NUJ welcomes rival press regulator to industry-led Ipso

9 December 2013: Sir Harold Evans, former editor of the Sunday Times, has become patron of the Impress project, a press regulator independent of the industry.

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