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The British Press Awards is an annual ceremony that celebrates the best of British journalism.

Established in the 1970s, honours are voted on by a panel of journalists and newspaper executives. A financially lucrative part of the Press Gazette's business,[1] they have been described as "the Oscars of British journalism", or less flatteringly, "The Hackademy Awards".[2] For 2006, the judging process had two stages with Charles Wilson as Chairman of the Judges. The first stage chose five entries for the shortlists of each category & the second stage determined the winners. The Supplement of the Year, Cartoonist of the Year and Front Page of the Year categories were judged by independent panels of experts. Newspaper of the Year were judged on an Academy-style voting system. The judging forum comprised 80 senior staff journalists and a Grand Jury of 20 non-affiliated senior media executives representing each of the national newspaper groups.[1]

Contents

1 National Newspaper of the Year 2 Foreign Reporter of the Year 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

National Newspaper of the Year


2012 The Daily Mail 2011 The Guardian 2010 The Daily Telegraph 2009 The Times 2008 Financial Times 2007 The Observer 2006 The Guardian (see British Press Awards 2006) 2005 News of the World 2004 The Independent 2003 Daily Mail 2002 The Daily Mirror 2001 Daily Mail 2000 The Sunday Telegraph 1999 The Guardian 1998 Daily Mail 1997 The Daily Telegraph 1996 Daily Mail 1995 Daily Mail 1994 The Daily Telegraph

Foreign Reporter of the Year


Main article: British International Journalist of the Year award

2011 Hala Jaber, The Sunday Times 2010 J. S. Tissainayagam, North Eastern Monthly 2009 Dan McDougall, The Observer 2008 Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, The Guardian 2007 Christina Lamb, The Sunday Times 2006 Hala Jaber, The Sunday Times (see also British Press Awards 2006) 2005 Hala Jaber, The Sunday Times 2004 James Meek, The Guardian 2003 Mark Franchetti, The Sunday Times 2002 Christina Lamb, The Sunday Telegraph 2001 Marie Colvin, The Sunday Times 2000 Jon Swain, The Sunday Times 1999 John Lichfield, Independent on Sunday 1998 Anton Antonowicz, The Daily Mirror 1997 Ed Vulliamy, The Guardian 1996 Robert Fisk, The Independent 1995 Robert Fisk, The Independent 1994 Shyam Bhatia, The Observer 1993 Ed Vulliamy, The Guardian