Your Mail on Sunday has 20 Press Oscars nominations

  • Our brilliant team of Mail on Sunday journalists, including political, showbiz and young reporter, received 20 nominations for the Press Oscars
  • Reporters, feature writers and columnists recognised by the Society of Editors’ National Press Awards, with the ceremony on March 31
  • MoS is nominated for the Sunday Newspaper of the Year award – an accolade we won last year – and You is shortlisted for Magazine of the Year

As one of the millions of readers who turn to The Mail on Sunday every week for agenda-setting scoops, fearless commentary, scintillating showbiz exclusives, unrivalled sports coverage and the fabulous You magazine, you already know why we’re the best.

Now the brilliant journalists behind that success story have received a remarkable 20 nominations at the prestigious Society of Editors’ National Press Awards – known as the Oscars of journalism.

Our unbeatable team are shortlisted for individual awards including Political Reporter, Showbiz Reporter, News Reporter, Health Journalist, Sports Journalist, Feature Writer and Young Journalist of the Year. 

Our team of reporters, features writers and columnists have been shortlisted for 20 nominations

In addition, the MoS is nominated for the Sunday Newspaper of the Year award – an accolade we won last year – and You is shortlisted for Magazine of the Year.

Our fabulous haul recognises the courage, depth and strength of The Mail on Sunday’s journalism. 

While other papers shy away from controversial subjects, we are dedicated to uncovering – and speaking – the truth. 

Little wonder that last year we surged ahead of our rivals to become Britain’s biggest-selling Sunday paper – the first time a mid-market title has done that since the reign of Queen Victoria.

Three of our sensational stories – the revelation that coronavirus may have leaked from a Chinese laboratory; Julian Assange secretly fathering two children while holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy; and multi-millionaire Victoria Beckham using taxpayers’ money to furlough staff – have been nominated for Scoop of the Year. 

A groundbreaking investigation into British athletes being used as guinea pigs to test a secret ‘wonder drug’ before the 2012 Olympics is nominated for Sports News Story.

Three of our brilliant writers – Piers Morgan, Liz Jones and Oliver Holt – are nominated for Columnist of the Year, while Craig Brown and Deborah Ross are shortlisted for Critic of the Year.

The quality of our sister paper, the Daily Mail, was recognised with 34 nominations. The winners will be announced at a virtual ceremony on March 31.

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