Guardian Snowden revelations compete against Nigella and Crystal Methodist for London Press Club scoop prize

The Sunday People's exclusive pictures of Nigella Lawson being grabbed by her then husband Charles Saatchi have helped it achieve two awards nominations from the London Press Club – for scoop of the year and Sunday newspaper of the year.

The Guardian also has two nominations: scoop of the year (for Edward Snowden) and daily newspaper of the year.

The other contender for scoop of the year is the Mail on Sunday for: Crystal Meth Shame of Bank Chief.

The winners will be announced at Stationers' Hall on 21 May. Here are the full list of nominations:

Arts Reviewer of the Year (Sponsored by Harvey Goldsmith)

  • Ludovic Hunter-Tilney, rock and pop critic, Financial Times
  • Ellen E. Jones, television critic, The Independent
  • Alexis Petridis, head rock and pop critic, The Guardian

Blog of the Year (Sponsored by Gorkana)

  • Isabel Hardman, editor Coffee House, The Spectator
  • Peter Jukes
  • Paul Staines, Guido Fawkes

Broadcast Journalist of the Year (Sponsored by John Lewis)

  • Michael Crick, political correspondent, Channel 4 News
  • Victoria Derbyshire, presenter, Radio 5 Live.
  • Nick Ferrari, presenter, LBC

Business Journalist of the Year (Sponsored by UK Power Networks)

  • Simon Neville, The Independent/London Evening Standard
  • Sarah O’Connor, Financial Times
  • Robert Peston, BBC

Daily Newspaper of the Year (Sponsored by Barclays)

  • Daily Mail
  • The Guardian
  • London Evening Standard

Scoop of the Year (Sponsored by Nook)

  • The Guardian: Edward Snowden revelations
  • The Mail on Sunday: Crystal Meth Shame of Bank Chief
  • Sunday People: Boiling Point – Nigella Lawson

Sunday Newspaper of the Year (Sponsored by Barclays)

  • The Mail on Sunday
  • The Sunday People
  • The Sunday Times

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