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Cudlipp

Hugh, Baron. 1913--98, British newspaper editor, a pioneer of tabloid journalism: editorial director of the Daily Mirror (1952--63)
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She has previously won Campaign of the Year for highlighting the systematic abuse of children in churchrun residential schools, and has twice been nominated for the prestigious Hugh Cudlipp award for campaigning on miscarriages of justice and child abuse.
And we were also nominated for the Cudlipp Award, which recognises excellence in popular journalism in memory of Hugh Cudlipp, legendary editor of our sister paper the Daily Mirror.
Hugh Cudlipp, former editor of the Daily Mirror and chairman of International Publishing Corporation Born in Cardiff in 1913, he started his career on the Penarth News in 1929 and then worked on newspapers in Cardiff and Manchester before becoming features editor of the Daily Mirror in 1935, and subsequently editor of the Sunday Pictorial in 1938.
Just as well when editorial director Hugh Cudlipp invited The Beatles to play at an event then said he never wanted to see them in the Mirror again.
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We have also been shortlisted for the prestigious Cudlipp Award for our hard-fought campaign against the hated and unjust Bedroom Tax.
Excerpts taken from Thick As Thieves, by Andrew Penman, Daily Mirror columnist and winner of the Cudlipp Award for campaigning popular journalism.
Thankfully, no, though in the past newspapers have used market research to establish the kind of stories people did and didn't read (concluding, for example, that the postwar London-based 's readership preferred stories about dogs to those about cats, or perhaps vice versa, according to the late Hugh Cudlipp.
The dentures, which were sold by the son of dental technician Derek Cudlipp, who had made them for Churchill, were expected to fetch a maximum of 5,000 pounds at the Keys in Aylsham sale on 29 July.
My father used to say he could tell how the war was going by how far they flew," related Cudlipp.
Pool ripper, Chris Cudlipp, accused of stabbing woman during frozen steak theft Wait, is he a Dagger?