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IFJ supports NUJ campaign against "Snooper's Charter"

14 March 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has backed the NUJ's latest campaign against state surveillance of journalists.

Terrorism laws should not be used to sidestep press freedom, says NUJ

29 October 2015: Union criticises seizure of a Newsnight reporter's laptop using terrorism laws.

Sussex Police apologise to NUJ photojournalists

16 October 2015: Sussex Police have apologised to NUJ members after the police stopped and searched a group of journalists in 2013.

Watchdog says laws are labelling journalists and bloggers as terrorists

22 July 2014: NUJ supports the UK’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation report which says laws are excessive and are curbing journalism.

NUJ member compensated over arrest for taking photographs

10 December 2011: NUJ member Jules Mattsson has received an out of court settlement and an apology from the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis.

Stop and search powers still open to abuse

18 March 2011: The UK government has laid a written ministerial statement to both houses of Parliament that brings back stop and search powers under the Terrorism Act 2000 from today.

Police shown they can't 'do anything' under Terrorism Act

9 December 2010: A successful complaint to the Independent Police Complaint Commission (IPCC) has shown that, despite an officer's claim, they can't "do anything under the Terrorism Act".

Commons meeting discusses photographers, ethics, privacy and police

16 November 2010: Don Foster MP opened the 'Who's Afraid of Photographers?' seminar in the House of Commons with words of warning for the photographers present.

Government announces review of counter-terrorism powers

14 October 2010: The UK Home Secretary has announced a rapid review of key counter-terrorism and security powers.

NUJ member wins media freedom victory

14 January 2010: NUJ member, Pennie Quinton, has scored a victory for media freedom after the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) upheld her complaint against the use of terror laws to stop and search people without grounds for suspicion.

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