Showing items tagged with 'the sun'
18 July 2016: To suggest that a journalist is incapable of reporting on a terrorist outrage because of the colour of her skin, her religion or the clothes that she wears says all you need to know about the contemptible views of Kelvin MacKenzie.
16 October 2015: NUJ reaction to the end of the police's £20m disaster resulting in one conviction and huge damage to the freedom of the press.
7 May 2015: Why Richard Desmond and the rest of the media moguls are a threat to press freedom in the UK.
5 May 2015: By rejecting the complaint, IPSO has thrown further doubt on its own legitimacy.
12 December 2014: Call for front-page apology following Roger Liddle's "vile comment"
26 November 2014: The London mayor has backed the NUJ's call for the requirement for judicial oversight before journalists' records and data can be obtained by the police and other authorities.
14 October 2014: Dominic Ponsford, Editor of Press Gazette, explains the importance of the Save our Sources campaign against mass surveillance of the media.
2 October 2014: The NUJ is calling on the Interception of Communications Commissioner to launch an urgent review of RIPA powers and their use to access journalistic material and sources.
2 September 2014: NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet responds to report revealing The Sun's political editor Tom Newton Dunn's mobile phone records and call data to the newsdesk were seized by police.
4 July 2013: Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary of the National Union of Journalists, responds to the Murdoch tapes.