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14 November 2012: Journalists from Britain and Ireland have joined with European colleagues to support a European Day of Action against Austerity on Wednesday 14 November.
10 November 2012: In the final NUJ submission to the Leveson Inquiry, the union proposed a system of independent press regulation underpinned by statute.
19 October 2012: Get active and attend the TUC events in London, Glasgow and Belfast on Saturday 20 October 2012.
5 October 2012: Frances O'Grady, TUC general secretary elect and member of the NUJ addressed DM saying that a tame press is about as useful as an apology from Nick Clegg… or Kelvin MacKenzie.
4 October 2012: NUJ members will be joining "A Future that Works", the TUC mass demonstration with rally on Saturday, 20 October, 2012.
29 August 2012: Motions calling for a conscience clause for journalists, changes to press regulation and a plea to the BBC’s new director general to establish a new plan for the future of the corporation were passed unanimously by Congress.
3 July 2012: The TUC has attacked the Mayor of London and Westminster City Council for their decision to cut back the World Pride festival in London this weekend.
31 May 2012: Delegates at the TUC's 2012 disabled workers conference warmly supported the NUJ's motion on media ethics.
21 March 2012: Where are all the Women? Sexism in the media: conference report and podcast.
15 March 2012: An NUJ motion at the TUC Women's conference, urging media organisations to ensure women journalists are safe in their work, has been passed unanimously.