Showing items tagged with 'transparency'
17 July 2019: Changes to the way Companies House collects data on directors is severely hampering the ability of investigative and business journalists to hold businesses to account and expose frauds and crooks.
15 August 2018: The Financial Times chapel has called for greater clarity on the CEO's offer, asking if it will address the gender pay gap and low pay in parts of the organisation.
6 March 2018: NUJ response to letter from 250 BBC staff calling on Tony Hall, BBC director general, to publish individual salaries and benefits of staff.
8 June 2012: The NUJ is supporting a letter of protest to William Hague on a new EU regulation that will "severely reduce public access to information about the decisions being taken in Brussels that affect our everyday lives and fundamental human rights."
24 May 2012: The Irish Executive Council of the NUJ has come out in support of the proposed whistleblower legislation in the Republic of Ireland.
29 March 2010: Five former Labour ministers and a senior Tory MP are now among those accused of offering to lobby to change government policy in return for payments of thousands of pounds a day.