Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Orwell Prize for breaking Rotherham Grooming Scandal

LAST week, Andrew Norfolk in The Times journalist instrumental in breaking the Rotherham grooming scandal won the Orwell Prize for journalism jointly with Tom Bergin of Reuters press agency. He recently won the Paul Foot Award for investigative journalism.
His submitted articles:
Police files reveal vast child protection scandal

Care home children sent North to save cash

A nations shame: hundreds of girls sexually abused by networks of men.

‘Asians pick me up. They get me drunk, they give me drugs and have sex with me. I want to move’.

Children’s homes ‘powerless’ to protect the vulnerable from predatory sex gangs.

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