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Illegal and exploitative practices in the press have flourished because of union de-recognition in the 1980s, the National Union of Journalists has heard.
The NUJ is concerned at the increase in intimidation and bullying of Scottish journalists, its Scottish Executive Council says in a new statement.
Simon Barrow's speech on the need for an official government media inquiry, made to the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC), meeting in Inverness from 23-25 April 2012. See notes and NUJ resolution below the text for further details.
Alongside a major emphasis on economy and jobs in a time of crisis (the special session this morning was entitled 'A Better Way') media issues are among the concerns being tackled at the 115th STUC (S
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos visits ministers and the Queen this week, with the country’s atrocious record under intense scrutiny.
Thousands of journalists across the BBC yesterday took part in a second 24-hour strike against compulsory redundancies at the Corporation.
Thousands of BBC journalists have begun a 24-hour strike against compulsory redundancies, leaving flagship programmes like Radio 4's 'Today' off-air.
The campaign group I’m a Photographer, Not a Terrorist! is organising a flashmob outside London’s City Hall today, on World Press Freedom Day.
Civic organisations, language activists and trades unions have launched an umbrella group to fight the cuts to the Welsh language television channel S4C.
Colombian journalist Claudia Julieta Duque says that UK government funds are being used to finance a unit of her country's secret security police.