Two UK journalists have been nominated for a prestigious international journalism award, writes Hamish Mackay.
Kerevan, a columnist and associate editor of The Scotsman, and Allister
Heath, from The Business, are among six finalists for the Bastiat Prize.
four other finalists are Mary Anastasia O’Grady, from The Wall Street
Journal; Deroy Murdock, from the National Review in New York; Dinakar
Sethuraman, from Forbes Global, in New York; and Rakesh Wadhwa, from
the Himalayan Times, in Kathmandu.
The Bastiat Prize was launched
in 2002 and is awarded by the International Policy Network, a
nonprofit- making organisation based in London and the US.
Last year’s winner was The Economist’s Robert Guest.