The Daily Mail also received the Cudlipp Award in recognition of its Stephen Lawrence campaignCredit: PA
The Daily Mail has been named as the Newspaper of the Year at the annual Press Awards, with its website the Mail Online picking up the prize for Website of the Year.
At a ceremony on Tuesday night the newspaper was presented with the prize of Newspaper of the Year, as well as the Cudlipp Award, which is presented in commemoration of Hugh Cudlipp.
The Mail received the award in recognition of its Stephen Lawrence campaign, which also scooped the award for Campaign of the Year on the night.
The title's journalists were also named as the News Team of the Year, while writer Craig Brown personally picked up three awards on the night, including Columnist of the Year (popular), Critic of the Year and Best of Humour Award for his work in the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.
Other winners included David Collins of the Daily Mirror was took away the award for News Reporter of the Year and the Daily Telegraph's Ruth Sherlock who was named Young Journalist of the Year.
A full list of the winners is available on the event website and is listed below:
Young Journalist of the Year: Ruth Sherlock, The Daily Telegraph
Business & Finance Journalist of the Year: Harry Wilson & Philip Aldrick, The Daily and The Sunday Telegraph
Political Journalist of the Year: Isabel Oakeshott, The Sunday Times
Foreign Reporter of the Year: Hala Jaber, The Sunday Times
Showbiz Reporter of the Year: Ben Todd, Daily Mail
Sports Journalist of the Year: Mark Souster, The Times
Specialist Reporter of the Year: Jeremy Laurance, The Independent
Feature Writer of the Year - Broadsheet: David James Smith, The Sunday Times Magazine
Feature Writer of the Year – Popular: David Jones, Daily Mail
Interviewer of the Year - Broadsheet: Deborah Ross, The Independent
Interviewer of the Year – Popular: Beth Neil, Fabulous Magazine, The Sun
Critic of the Year: Craig Brown, The Mail on Sunday
Diarist of the Year: The Londoner’s Diary, London Evening Standard
Photographer of the Year: Oli Scarff, Getty Images
Sports Photographer of the Year: Mike Egerton, Press Association
Cartoonist of the Year: Peter Brookes, The Times
Campaign of the Year: Stephen Lawrence, Daily Mail
Website of the Year: Mail Online
Best of Humour: Craig Brown, Daily Mail
News Reporter of the Year: David Collins, Daily Mirror
Supplement of the Year: The Times Magazine
Columnist – Broadsheet: Melanie Reid, The Times
Columnist – popular: Craig Brown, Daily Mail
Judges’ Special Award: Peter Wright, Mail on Sunday
News Team: Daily Mail
Sports Team: The Daily Telegraph
Business & Finance Team: The Times
Production & Design Team: i
Front Page of the year: Rule of the Mob, The Daily Telegraph
Scoop of the Year: 'Milly Dowler Phone Hacked', The Guardian
Newspaper of the Year: Daily Mail
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