Film Screening and Talk: Blacklisting and Police Surveillance

Neil Findlay MSP and Lucy Parker, artist filmmaker.
Wednesday 10th February 2016, 6pm – 8pm

‘Do we have a policing and justice system that treats everyone the same, irrespective of class, status, colour, religion or political persuasion, or do we have one that picks out individuals and groups for special treatment because they challenge the prevailing orthodoxy or threaten, even in a tiny way, the grip that those in positions of power have on our economy and society?’
Neil Findlay in Spycops debate, Scottish Parliament Continue reading

Women’s STUC report

By Claire Sawers

There were six women repping for the NUJ at this event in Caird Hall in Dundee on November 2nd and 3rd, including myself and Mary Lockhart from the Edinburgh freelance branch.

Over two days we listened to more than 30 motions covering a wide range of issues, including Women in Sport, Mental Health in the Workplace, Continue reading

#LetItBeeb – support the BBC.

UK Music has launched a campaign to support BBC music services called #LetItBeeb.   The campaign has the backing of Sir Paul McCartney, Coldplay, Rita Ora, Paul Epworth, Emily Eavis, Paloma Faith, Chrissie Hynde, Brian Eno, Midge Ure, Rachel Portman, Debbie Wiseman, Alan Moulder, Michael Price, Bombay Bicycle Club, Bob Geldof, Young Turks and many others.

UK Music would ask supportive members of NUJ to sign this petition and follow the campaign online via www.letitbeeb.co.uk and twitter feed @letitbeeb.