British Press Awards 2010: The Winners

CONGRATULATIONS to all those nominated for last night's British Press Awards, and more so those who walked away with a gong. Particularly deserving was the Daily Telegraph, for its relentless coverage of MP's expenses, while it was also pleasing to see a couple of my old Daily Mirror chums making it to the podium too.

A full list of winners is below:

British Press Awards 2010: The Winners


Newspaper of the Year:

The Daily Telegraph


Scoop of the Year:

Daily Telegraph: MPs' expenses


Journalist of the Year:

Will Lewis, editor-in-chief, Telegraph Media Group


Reporter of the Year:

Paul Lewis, The Guardian


Political Journalist of the Year:

Robert Winnett, The Daily Telegraph


Foreign Reporter of the Year:

Marie Colvin, The Sunday Times


Feature Writer of the Year:

Tanya Gold, The Guardian


Business and Finance Journalist of the Year:

Iain Dey, The Sunday Times


Sports Journalist of the Year:

Mike Atherton, The Times


Photographer of the Year:

Stefan Rousseau, Press Association Images


Sports Photographer of the Year:

Andy Hooper, Daily Mail


Showbiz Reporter of the Year:

Dan Wootton, News of the World


Interviewer of the Year:

Camilla Long, The Sunday Times


Digital Innovation:

SunTalk, The Sun


Critic of the Year:

Quentin Letts, Daily Mail


Cartoonist of the Year:

Peter Brookes, The Times


Young Journalist of the Year:

Sheera Frankel, The Times


Cudlipp Award for Campaigning Popular Journalism:

Andrew Penman and Nick Sommerlad Investigate, Daily Mirror


Regular Supplement of the Year:

You Magazine, Mail on Sunday


Special Supplement of the Year:

MPs' Expenses, The Daily Telegraph


Specialist Journalist of the Year:

Jason Lewis, Mail on Sunday


Campaign of the Year:

MPs' expenses, Daily Telegraph


Journalists' Charity Award:

Walter Greenwood

Foreign Journalist of the Year:

J.S. Tissainayagam, from Sri Lanka

Special award:

Heather Brooke

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1 reply

  1. A radio station was the best digital innovation? I think not! Time for a rant…

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