Awards judges told: 'Don't vote for The Sun'!

March 2009
Community Care;3/12/2009, Issue 1761, p5
The article reports that this journal has written to nearly 100 people involved in Press Gazette's British Press Awards to protest against the decision to shortlist the newspaper "The Sun" for the campaign of the year accolade. Recipients were asked to use their influence to ensure that 'The Sun" does not walk away with the award at the presentation ceremony at the Grosvenor House hotel in London, England.


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