One of these headlines about nominations for the British Press Awards is from Press Gazette. The other is from Media Guardian. Can you guess which one is which? Press Gazette reports: "The Daily Telegraph leads the nominations in this year's British Press Awards with 19 shortlisted entries...The Guardian has the next most nominations with 17 (with an additional two nominations shared with sister title The Observer)."
Whereas MediaGuardian reports: "The Daily Telegraph is equal top in terms of nominations for the 2010 British Press Awards, after a year in which its run of exclusive stories on MPs' expenses dominated the UK news agenda and boosted sales. Telegraph Media Group's daily is tied with the Guardian – part of the group that publishes MediaGuardian.co.uk – on 19 BPA nominations."
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