Mail Newspapers’ pre-eminent journalism has been recognised again with a series of triumphs at this year’s London Press Club awards.

Our journalists scooped four of the most prestigious gongs out of the ten prizes up for grabs. 

Showbiz supremo Katie Hind took the coveted Scoop of the Year award for a string of exclusives about Phillip Schofield

Judges said that ‘in the face of constant denials and threats of legal action’ she had ‘doggedly pursued her tip’ and that the ‘impact of the story was immense’.

Showbiz supremo Katie Hind (pictured) took the coveted Scoop of the Year award for a string of exclusives about Phillip Schofield

Showbiz supremo Katie Hind (pictured) took the coveted Scoop of the Year award for a string of exclusives about Phillip Schofield

Sabrina Miller (pictured) won the Young Journalist of the Year award for her brave undercover exposé of a plot to sabotage the Grand National , which led to 118 arrests and ultimately saved the race

Sabrina Miller (pictured) won the Young Journalist of the Year award for her brave undercover exposé of a plot to sabotage the Grand National , which led to 118 arrests and ultimately saved the race

Sabrina Miller won the Young Journalist of the Year award for her brave undercover exposé of a plot to sabotage the Grand National, which led to 118 arrests and ultimately saved the race.

Stephen Wright was chosen as Journalist of the Year for a series of fearless scoops exposing Albanian drug barons. 

Judges said he had ‘a vintage year with standout investigations’.

Liz Hull (left) and Caroline Cheetham's (right) podcast series, The Trial Of Lucy Letby, earned them the Multimedia Journalist of the Year award

Liz Hull (left) and Caroline Cheetham’s (right) podcast series, The Trial Of Lucy Letby, earned them the Multimedia Journalist of the Year award 

Liz Hull and Caroline Cheetham’s podcast series, The Trial Of Lucy Letby, earned them the Multimedia Journalist of the Year award. 

Judges described their coverage of the killer nurse’s court case, which has had 14 million downloads, as ‘journalism with reach and impact’.

With award-winning scoops, brilliant analysis and ground-breaking investigations, it’s little wonder The Mail on Sunday and our sister title, the Daily Mail, stand proud as Britain’s best and biggest-selling papers.

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