We looked inside some of the tweets by @wordsallowed and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
Journalism event online https://t.co/g4EQQefy9h
The winner of the 2020 #OrwellPrize for Journalism is Janice Turner (@VictoriaPeckham) for columns on human trafficking and the 'red wall', and a feature on clearing her childhood home in Doncaster. "The essence of Brexit oozed from every sentence"- Chair of Judges, @benfenton https://t.co/wigEyMAbC7
This year's winner of the #OrwellPrize for @jrf_uk Exposing Britain's Social Evils is Ian Birrell (@ianbirrell) for his investigation into the abuse of vulnerable people within the healthcare system, raising far-reaching questions over their human rights. A big congratulations 👏 https://t.co/q7bNjAsOq9
Naughty Amelia Jane. My role model #EnidBlyton
Reminder that I'm commissioning science stories @WiredUK and I'm particularly interested in pitches from writers I've never worked with before. Is that you? Get in touch!
**FREE WEBINAR** - join for a discussion of 'Hungry for Change: A briefing from Lord Krebs on the final report from the @LordsFoodCom' & hear from @K_Kerridge & @jogideon. Wed 8th July 09:30-10:15, registration here >>> https://t.co/xYqYrZdCHc