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National Union of Journalists

noun
 
 
( abbreviation NUJ) WORKPLACE
an organization in the UK and Ireland that represents people whose job is to write for newspapers, do reports on television, etc.: A management meeting with the National Union of Journalists' representatives last week discussed proposals for job cuts.
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