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