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23.09.21

Lord Black: News Media Sector Needs Action, Not Endless Consultations

The slow Parliamentary process and sheer number of consultations on numerous issues is an intolerable burden on the news media sector, Lord Black of Brentwood has said. Government needs to focus on delivering urgent support to level the playing...

23.09.21

Journalism Matters To Run In November

Journalism Matters, the news media industry’s annual campaign to highlight the importance of trusted journalism, will run from 1-7 November this year. Coordinated by the News Media Association, the weeklong campaign received unpr...

23.09.21

Stormont Pushes Forward With Defamation Law Reform

Defamation law reform in Northern Ireland moved a step closer to becoming a reality after a key piece of draft legislation passed a hurdle in the Northern Ireland Assembly. The News Media Association has long campaigned for the regime...

23.09.21

Von Der Leyen Promises Action On Journalists Safety

A new law will be introduced in Europe to crack down on threats to media freedom which must be stopped in order to promote and protect transparency, European Commission President von der Leyen has said.  In recent years, journalists ha...

16.09.21

Nadine Dorries Appointed Culture Secretary

Nadine Dorries, MP for Mid Bedfordshire since 2005, has been appointed as the new Culture Secretary in a reshuffle which kicked off yesterday.  She replaces Oliver Dowden who moves to the Cabinet Office and the post of Minister wi...