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NUJ wins important tribunal decision over a freelance's right to holiday pay

6 June 2019: The union has won an important tribunal victory on behalf of a freelance member, who was awarded £8,360, over his right to holiday pay.

BBC journalist wins unfair dismissal case

4 February 2013: A BBC journalist was unfairly dismissed a tribunal has found, in a case brought by the National Union of Journalists.

FT editor censured by employment tribunal

21 January 2013: Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, has been severely criticised by an employment tribunal which said the paper had failed to act as a reasonable employer and had unfairly dismissed Steve Lodge, an award-winning journalist on its staff.

Defamation Bill announced in Queen's Speech

10 May 2012: The NUJ has broadly welcomed the Defamation Bill announced today as part of the Queen's Speech.

NUJ wins first victory for intern

12 May 2011: The NUJ has warned media employers to 'pay interns or face the consequences' after union member Keri Hudson successfully sued TPG Web Publishing Ltd over her unpaid internship.

NUJ pursues rights for Sport journalists

5 April 2011: The NUJ is taking legal advice over the collapse of Sport Media Group after the entire workforce – including around 25 journalistic staff – were made redundant with no notice.