It was a great evening for the FT at the British Journalism Awards, which scooped the top award, News Provider of the Year, alongside three other awards – the most for any newspaper.
The outlet also achieved the Innovation award, while journalist Laura Hughes took the Political Journalist prize, and Matthew Garrahan won for Arts and Entertainment.
Other big winners on the night include Journalist of the Year, Amelia Gentleman of The Guardian, and Carole Cadwalladr who won both the Technology Journalism and Investigation of the Year awards.
The Times and Sunday Times also won big this year, achieving a total of five awards across the publications.
More than 400 entries were submitted over the 22 categories this year, and a total of 50 independent judges examined the entries.
The full list of winners from the night:
Technology Journalism: Carole Cadwalladr, The Observer
Features Journalism: Duncan Leatherdale, BBC News
Innovation of the Year: Financial Times
Arts and Entertainment: Matthew Garrahan, Financial Times
Business, Finance and Economics Journalism: Jeff Prestridge, Mail on Sunday
Politics Journalism: Laura Hughes, Financial Times
Comment Journalism: Janice Turner, The Times
Campaign of the Year: Larisa Brown, Daily Mail
Photojournalism: Paula Bronstein, The Sunday Time
Science and Health Journalism: Helen McArdle, The Herald
Sports Journalism: Jonathan Calvert and George Arbunthnott, The Sunday Times
Popular Journalism: Ian Birrell, Mail on Sunday
Foreign Affairs Journalism: Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, Reuters
Local Heroes: Stephen Noland and David Thomson, BBC Radio Ulster
New Journalist of the Year: Richard Holmes, Buzzfeed UK
Specialist Journalism: Patrick Strudwick, Buzzfeed UK
Scoop of the Year: Sean O’Neill, The Times
Investigation of the Year (Global): Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo
Investigation of the Year: Carole Cadwalladr, The Observer
Marie Colvin Award: Louise Callaghan, The Sunday Times
Journalist of the Year 2018: Amelia Gentleman, The Guardian
News Provider of the Year 2018: Financial Times