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Feb 26 2020, 10:46 NUJOn the first day of trial, Assange was handcuffed 11 times, searched naked twice, put in five separate holding cells and had his papers taken from him
- Attending the Assange trial - day one NUJ The decision to 'ramp up the charges' against Assange was made to try and make him an example, said Edward Fitzgerald QC
- Samira Ahmed and BBC reach settlement following tribunal NUJ The statements says, Samira is a highly valued BBC presenter and now these matters have been concluded we all want to focus on the future. We look forward to continuing to work together to make great programmes for audiences.
- Assange faces first steps towards extradition NUJ The Wikileaks founder starts court proceedings which could have dire consequences for investigative journalism.
- Vacancies for NUJ Wales/Cymru Training NUJ NUJ Training Wales is seeking a project manager and administrator/coordinator to work on a skills development project.
- Assange’s treatment should be fair and humane NUJ Join the Assange demonstration this Saturday in London
- The dystopian possibilities of facial recognition technology NUJ Surveillance cameras and artificial intelligence create an all-seeing eye, says NEC member Tim Dawson
- NUJ concern at Derry court protests NUJ Reporters covering the appearance of a man accused of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee were subject to intimidation from protesters.
- NUJ calls on PA Media Group to treat photographers fairly following its acquisition of stock image agency Alamy NUJ The union has written to chief executive, Clive Marshall, to seek guarantees on its plans for its stock images acquisition.