Ex-COVER editor wins 'outstanding' journalism award at Protection Review 2018

Adam Saville
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L to R - Courtney Marsh (Health Shield), Peter Le Beau (Protection Review), Fiona, Andy Couchman (Protection Review)
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L to R - Courtney Marsh (Health Shield), Peter Le Beau (Protection Review), Fiona, Andy Couchman (Protection Review)

Fiona Murphy steals gong for Outstanding Contribution to Protection Journalism and all winners revealed

Last night the industry came out in force to celebrate the most impressive provider, adviser and protection-related achievements at the annual Protection Review Awards 2018 at the Landmark Hotel in Marylebone. We're delighted and proud to announce that among the firms and individuals that picked up awards, COVER's previous editor Fiona Murphy - who left the magazine in February - stole the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to Protection Journalism award to commemorate her five years of dedication...

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