Bevins Prize

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The Bevins Prize is a British award recognising outstanding investigative journalism. Established in 2008, it is named after the journalist Anthony Bevins (1942 - 2001)[1] and awarded by the Bevins Trust. Also known as the "Rat up a Drainpipe Award", the Prize's trophy is modelled after a drain pipe.

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