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13 September 2018: The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws
27 June 2017: The NUJ says some changes to the orginal guidelines were welcome, but on the whole they fail to create a better climate of cooperation.
11 July 2016: The union recommended a more “open and collaborative relationship" in its submission to the College of Policing consultation on police/media relations.
28 June 2016: Speaking at the NUJ’s PR and communications branch meeting last night, Michelle Stanistreet explained the importance of the union's work on surveillance.
12 April 2016: The NUJ, Bar Council and Law Society organised a successful event in parliament to raise shared concerns about the draft legislation.
8 April 2016: The NUJ with the Bar Council and Law Society have organised an event in parliament on Monday 11 April at 5pm to raise joint concerns about the investigatory powers bill.
6 April 2016: The parliamentary bill committee meets on Monday 11 April and the NUJ is calling for substantial amendments to the bill.
23 March 2016: Event jointly organised by the NUJ, Law Society and Bar Council in parliament on Monday 11 April.
17 March 2016: The next steps in the campaign will be to raise NUJ concerns with the MPs on the commons bill committee.
14 March 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has backed the NUJ's latest campaign against state surveillance of journalists.