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On Monday 18 November 2013 the two Edinburgh branches of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) will be meeting together to look at representations of Islam in the media.
The National Union of Journalists has called on the government and industry to agree a conscience clause for journalists in the final version of the Royal Charter.
A cross-party agreement to introduce a new press regulator to supplant the discredited Press Complaints Commission has been given a guarded welcome.
Tonight, as the Lords vote on Leveson amendments, I have been taking part in a lively discussion, with expert input, hosted jointly by the two National Union of Journalists branches in Edinburgh.
As the three large Westminster parties seek a deal to handle the Leveson enquiry proposals on the press, details of a 'dab of statute' compromise are emerging.
In the face of protests against cuts, Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has backed the idea of a six-month moratorium on redundancies at the BBC.
These are incredibly tough times for quality journalism across Britain, and cuts at the BBC -- the country's flagship broadcaster -- are making things even worse.
BBC journalists are striking across the country today in protest against cuts which will severely will hit the scope and quality of the Corporation's work.
BBC journalists have agreed to a corporation-wide 'work to rule' and strike action over compulsory redundancies imposed by the Corporation.
The Leveson inquiry reveals the need to shine an independent light on the workings of the newspaper industry, say respondents to the new report on press standards.