THE Sun on Sunday has been nominated for newspaper Scoop of the Year.
Business editor Ashley Armstrong is in the running for her revelation ex-Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi had to pay millions back to the taxman.
She reported in January how questions were asked about the mega-rich then Tory party chairman, 55, avoiding tax by using an offshore company to hold shares in YouGov — the polling company he co-founded.
Ashley is also nominated for business, finance and economics journalist of the year at the UK Press Gazette British Journalism Awards.
And she also helped raise £1.8million for the Sun Earthquake appeal, a contender for campaign of the year.
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It was set up in the wake of the disaster in Turkey and Syria.
Sun columnists Piers Morgan and Jane Moore are both in the running to be comment journalist of the year.
Sun political editor Harry Cole is on the shortlist for best politics journalism.
The annual awards are due to take place on December 14th in London.
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