Mail on Sunday scoops FOUR of the top awards at Press Oscars - more than any ...

Mail on Sunday scoops FOUR of the top awards at Press Oscars - more than any ...
Mail on Sunday scoops FOUR of the top awards at Press Oscars - more than any ...
Tens of thousands of Ocado grocery deliveries are cancelled - after a blaze caused by robots colliding at a depot Katie Hind won Showbiz Reporter Of The Year for her 'enviable exclusives' Ian Birrell's exceptional investigations won him Feature Writer Of The Year Craig Brown was named Critic Of The Year for his 'knowledgeable' pieces Liz Jones won Columnist Of The Year in the Popular category 

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The Mail on Sunday has left its rivals trailing after scooping four coveted Press Awards – more than any other Sunday newspaper.

Judges awarding the accolades – the Oscars of British journalism – heaped praise on the agenda-setting stories and fearless commentary that have made The Mail on Sunday the UK's biggest-selling Sunday newspaper.

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They said our journalism was 'at the top of its game' and applauded our 'highly successful package of exclusives, campaigns and hard-hitting stories, offering something for all'.

The remarkable haul last week included Katie Hind winning Showbiz Reporter Of The Year for her 'enviable exclusives that had real-world impact and continued to make headlines days after they originally broke'

Liz Jones wonColumnist Of The Year in the Popular category for her 'irresistible and delightfully indiscreet' confessions in You magazine every Sunday that 'leave the reader desperate for the next instalment'

The remarkable haul last week included Katie Hind (left) winning Showbiz Reporter Of The Year for her 'enviable exclusives that had real-world impact and continued to make headlines days after they originally broke', and Liz Jones (right), winning Columnist Of The Year in the Popular category for her 'irresistible and delightfully indiscreet' confessions in You magazine every Sunday that 'leave the reader desperate for the next instalment'

Our remarkable haul last week included:

Katie Hind winning Showbiz Reporter Of The Year for her 'enviable exclusives that had real-world impact and continued to make headlines days after they originally broke'; Ian Birrell, whose exceptional investigations won him Feature Writer Of The Year in the Popular features category, with judges awed by how he was 'always an advocate for the voiceless'; Craig Brown, who was named Critic Of The Year for his 'erudite, amusing and knowledgeable' pieces which are 'much more than book reviews'; Liz Jones, winning Columnist Of The Year in the Popular category for her 'irresistible and delightfully indiscreet' confessions in You magazine every Sunday that 'leave the reader desperate for the next instalment'.

After racking up an enviable 20 nominations, The Mail on Sunday was also highly commended – runner-up – in four categories, including the

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