NUJ


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NUJ

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Journalism & Publishing) National Union of Journalists
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The suite with reference number: NICN/EN/2017 was filed by the Chairman of the Enugu State Correspondents' Chapel of the NUJ, Comrade Petrus Obi.
The NUJ is proud of its code of ethics that our members should apply in their work and, unknowingly, Chuck did that in spades.
Seamus Dooley, NUJ assistant general secretary, said George was wellknown for his sense of humour.
Chris Morley, NUJ Northern and Midlands organiser, said: "It is a far too common occurrence for football clubs - from Premier League giants to non-league minnows - to spit their dummies out over unfavourable coverage in local, regional or national media.
The NUJ also said these kinds of attempts to silence the critical media will continue unless they are strongly condemned.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said: "It is outrageous that the police are using their resources and wide-ranging powers to put journalists under surveillance and to compile information about their movements and work on secret databases.
Speakers at the rally included Member of the British Parliament Jeremy Corbyn and NUJ Secretary-General Michelle Stanistreet.
NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet added: "Rosaline Kelly was one of the outstanding characters within the NUJ.
An independent inquiry later rejected the claims, but the bullying issue worryingly resurfaced in March 2012 when long-serving Midlands Today presenter Suzanne Virdee walked out, and the NUJ issued a statement deploring her treatment by management.
It follows a one-day NUJ strike last month over compulsory redundancies which hit a number of flagship radio and TV programmes.
Most redundancies are expected to come as a result of natural wastage and a freeze on recruitment, but the NUJ said 30 compulsory redundancies were being disputed.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said: " NUJ members are angry and frustrated at the poor decisions being taken at the top - decisions that are leading to journalists being forced out of their jobs and quality journalism and programming compromised.