The 2009 awards were for exposing the 'Sachsgate' scandal. The 2013 award was for exposing the Jimmy Savile sexual abuse scandal, and is shared with journalists Meirion Jones, Liz MacKean and Mark Williams-Thomas. The 2016 award was for exposing the Kids Company scandal.
In February 2016 Goslett was named UK editor of the Dow Jones news and opinion website Heat Street.
Stephen Glover of the Daily Mail reported in 2013 that Goslett had written about the death of Dr David Kelly. In April 2018 Goslett published a book on this subject titled An Inconvenient Death: How the Establishment Covered Up the David Kelly Affair.
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