The Guardian has been honoured with two awards at the Foreign Press Association (FPA) Media Awards. The FPA Media Awards, now in their nineteenth year, honour excellence in journalism.
The Observer and Guardian journalist, Carole Cadwalladr, won Print & Web Story of the Year for her reporting on Cambridge Analytica. Her award-winning article revealed how a data whistleblower worked on a tool to target political advertising to the US electorate. The story was part of a year-long Guardian investigation, The Cambridge Analytica Files, that looked into Facebook, data and influencing elections in the digital age.
The full list of winners can be found here.