Today at the eighth annual Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards, the Financial Times took home three prestigious prizes for its journalism.
The Financial Times’ comment pages scooped the Comment Pages of the Year prize for the second year running.
FT deputy editor Roula Khalaf won the Foreign Commentator of the Year award for her regular columns on global business and politics, and FT management editor Andrew Hill took home the prize for Business Commentator of the Year.
The awards celebrate the achievements of ‘the UK’s finest and most influential print and online commentators and their editors’.
The wins are the latest in a string of successes for FT journalism. Last week the FT took home three prizes for online graphics and multimedia storytelling at the 2016 European Newspaper Awards; Simon Kuper was named ‘Best Columnist’ in the Consumer & General Interest Brand category at the British Society of Magazine editors awards; Emma Dunkley and Attracta Mooney were recognised in the 2016 State Street Institutional Press Awards, Tim Harford was named the winner of the Bastiat Prize for economic journalism; FTAdviser was honoured at the Santander UK Media Awards, and the FT won twice at the CIPR Education Journalism awards.
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