London Press Club Awards: Who will win?

This year’s London Press Club Awards Lunch – the annual celebration of the best of print, digital and broadcast journalism – takes place on April 14 at Stationers’ Hall. The event is now completely sold out, but if you can’t join us in person you can follow all that is happening on Twitter with @LondonPressClub #LPCawards from 12.30pm-3pm.

The Sunday Times leads the way with four nominations for this year’s awards, including Sunday Newspaper of the Year where it faces strong competition from The Independent on Sunday and last year’s winner, The Mail on Sunday. In the daily category, the Daily MailDaily Mirror and The Times are shortlisted.

The shortlist for Broadcaster of the Year is comprised of Channel 4 News’ Matt Frei, BBC social affairs correspondent Alison Holt, Today programme host Mishal Husain and BBC global health reporter Tulip Mazumdar.

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Nominees for Blog of the Year, sponsored by Gorkana, are Iain Dale for, Sarah Ditum for Paperhouse and David Hepworth for whatsheonaboutnow. Competing for Arts Reviewer of the Year, sponsored by Skoda, are The Mail on Sunday’s Craig BrownGiles Coren of The Times and The Sun’s Ally Ross.

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The Financial Times dominates the shortlist for Business Journalist of the Year, sponsored by UK Power Networks, with Ed Crooks,Michael Kavanagh and Gillian Tett nominated alongside David Smith of The Sunday Times.

In the running for Scoop of the Year, sponsored by Nook, are Ben Ellery for The Mail on Sunday’s 62p an hour story, the Sunday Times insight team for Fifa Files and Richard Kerbaj and Sian Griffiths for the Sunday Times’ Trojan Horse expose.

Two special awards will also be made; the Edgar Wallace Trophy for writing or reporting of the highest quality and Londoner of the Year, which was presented last year to Baroness Lawrence by Paul Dacre.

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