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The UK National Union of Journalists wants a Scottish government-run “inquiry into the future of the country’s media,” the Guardian’s Roy Greenslade reported.

Some issues the union wants to look into include: the effect of “cutbacks and redundiancies” on the media’s ability to be “free and diverse,” invasion of privacy in Scottish media, and media regulation, according to the NUJ’s statement published here on its website.

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The UK Press Gazette noted May 1 that the NUJ “put forward a motion at last week’s Scottish Trades Union Congress” for the inquiry.

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