Bestselling author and journalist Nick Davies honoured by Westminster
13 November 2009
Mr Davies (pictured), whose book Flat Earth News “exposes falsehood, distortion and propaganda in the global media” received his award this week at the university’s Presentation Ceremony at London’s Barbican Centre.
Introducing the Mr Davies, a former Journalist of the Year, Sally Feldman, dean of the university’s School of Media, Arts and Design, said he was among the “very top flight” of investigative journalists currently working in the UK.
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