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What The Papers Say held its 46th annual awards ceremony at the Cafe Royal in London on 20 December to award outstanding achievement in journalism. Watch the programme on Saturday 21 December, BBC Two at 16:35.
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Reporter of the Year

The Daily Mirror's Steve Dennis who persuaded royal butler Paul Burrell to talk.

Foreign Correspondent of the Year

Christina Lamb of The Sunday Telegraph, now of The Sunday Times, for her fearless reports from Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and Pakistan.

Sportswriter of the Year

Martin Samuel of the News of the World and The Times for his witty and incisive pieces on the World Cup.

Showbusiness Column

The Mirror's 3AM girls who this year took the PR out of celebrity reporting.

Editor of the Year

The Daily Star's Peter Hill who has seen his paper's circulation soar over the last 12 months and found time to launch the Daily Star Sunday on an unsuspecting newspaper-buying public.

Scoop of the Year

The Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday for Cheriegate.

Columnist of the Year

Jonathan Freedland who writes with insight and conviction for the Daily Mirror and the Guardian.

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