Cudlipp


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Cudlipp

(ˈkʌdlɪp)
n
(Biography) Hugh, Baron. 1913–98, British newspaper editor, a pioneer of tabloid journalism: editorial director of the Daily Mirror (1952–63)
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Thankfully, Felicity got the backing of the editor, Hugh Cudlipp, and she remained employed.
Attending was Cecil King, chairman of the International Publishing Corporation, which owned the Daily Mirror; its editor, Hugh Cudlipp; and at Mountbatten's invitation, his long standing friend, Sir Solly Zuckerman, the Government's chief scientific adviser.
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Former Daily Mirror Editor Hugh Cudlipp recalled just such an event in 1968.
Andy Capp cartoons first appeared in the Daily Mirror from the mid-50s onwards after Hugh Cudlipp, the paper's editor, wanted a daily character that would boost circulation in the north of the country.
She has previously won Campaign of the Year for highlighting the systematic abuse of children in churchrun residential schools, and has twice been nominated for the prestigious Hugh Cudlipp award for campaigning on miscarriages of justice and child abuse.
And we were also nominated for the Cudlipp Award, which recognises excellence in popular journalism in memory of Hugh Cudlipp, legendary editor of our sister paper the Daily Mirror.
04THE TV pick was Sir Hugh Cudlipp's documentary, Telling It Like It Is.
Chris Cudlipp is probably the only one I can think of from Maui.
Excerpts taken from Thick As Thieves, by Andrew Penman, Daily Mirror columnist and winner of the Cudlipp Award for campaigning popular journalism.