Anthony Howard

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Win £25,000 and work at three of Britain’s top newspapers
Award in memory of Anthony Howard, the acclaimed political writer, offers a bursary and placements at the Observer, Times and New Statesman to aspiring young journalists who want to write about politics and government

11, Mar, 2018 @12:05 AM

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Reading Donald Trelford’s history of a public friend and companion
The former Observer editor’s book tells how newspapers have an existence of their own – and sometimes their lives need saving

Peter Preston

19, Nov, 2017 @7:00 AM

Win £25,000 and work at three top publications
Under 27 and want to write about politics? Apply now for this prestigious journalism award

07, Mar, 2015 @10:25 AM

City University student wins £25,000 Anthony Howard award

He will also get three fellowships

Roy Greenslade

09, Jun, 2014 @8:37 AM

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Young journalist award still open to entrants
Award in memory of Anthony Howard, political journalist and former deputy editor of the Observer

26, Apr, 2014 @11:05 PM

Calling young political journalists - try for £25,000 Anthony Howard bursary

Winner will serve three internships at Times, Observer and New Statesman

Roy Greenslade

01, Aug, 2013 @6:20 AM

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Cameron and Osborne are rewriting economic history
The PM and chancellor have shown a breathtaking talent for making the deficit seem as if it were all Labour's fault

William Keegan

09, Jan, 2011 @12:05 AM

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'A genuine radical who loved the business of politics' | Roy Hattersley
Roy Hattersley: My tribute to an exceptional journalist and loyal friend who was a paradox, both cynical and romantic

Roy Hattersley

26, Dec, 2010 @12:07 AM

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Anthony Howard obituary

Former editor of the New Statesman and deputy editor of the Observer, he was one of Britain's foremost political commentators

Peter Wilby

20, Dec, 2010 @5:51 PM

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Anthony Howard dies

The former editor of the New Statesman and deputy editor of the Observer has died at the age of 76

Helen Pidd

20, Dec, 2010 @12:13 AM

Are you sober?

My first indirect encounter with the then editor of the Manchester Guardian, who had been in office for two years, was unpropitious. On the strength of cuttings I had submitted, I had been invited to Manchester for an interview to see whether, at the age of 24, I was a suitable recruit for the famous Cross Street reporters' room. When I arrived, I was greeted by Harry Whewell, the news editor, who - sitting at a rolltop desk straight out of Ben Hecht's The Front Page - explained that the editor had been called away 'on pressing business' and that, therefore, the most I could expect that day was a preliminary chat with him.

By Anthony Howard

02, Jan, 1999 @3:13 AM

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