Showing items tagged with 'terrorism act'
14 March 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has backed the NUJ's latest campaign against state surveillance of journalists.
29 October 2015: Union criticises seizure of a Newsnight reporter's laptop using terrorism laws.
16 October 2015: Sussex Police have apologised to NUJ members after the police stopped and searched a group of journalists in 2013.
22 July 2014: NUJ supports the UK’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation report which says laws are excessive and are curbing journalism.
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.
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.
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".
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.
14 October 2010: The UK Home Secretary has announced a rapid review of key counter-terrorism and security powers.
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.