Leveson Inquiry – McMullan tells it all!

This afternoon the Leveson Inquiry really heard how it was, when Paul McMullan News of the World’s deputy features editor between 1994 and 2001 took the stand. He followed the Guardian’s Nick Davies, author of ‘Flat Earth News’ who has done much to expose the phone...

A tribute to Stephen (Steve) White

Last Thursday I attended a special event at the Curve Theatre in Leicester, where the union paid tribute to the contribution of NUJ member Stephen White at a gathering of his family and friends to formally present the NUJ Gold Badge Award. The NUJ’s Honours Committee...

Musical Chairs down under

John Hartigan, the chair and chief executive of News Limited in Australia (News Limited owns 70pc of the Australian newspaper market), resigned a few days ago during Rupe’s annual visit to Oz and a day after the launch of a federal enquiry into media standards...

NEC no more…

The election results for the NUJ NEC to run from 2012/13 are out and so am I. I came fifth (out of seven – the eighth candidate withdrew after ballot papers had been printed it seems) and as there are only four London seats I will finish my term of office shortly....