Andrew Norfolk

investigative reporter the times

Investigative reporter Andrew Norfolk began his career in journalism in 1989 as a trainee at the Scarborough Evening News. He joined the Yorkshire Post six years later, before starting at The Times. Norfolk rose to greater prominence recently due to his investigative exclusives revealing the pursuing, grooming and sexual abuse of teenage girls in Northern England. In 2012, Norfolk was awarded The Paul Foot award in recognition of his work and the fact that his writing had prompted two inquiries into the matter to be ordered by the Government, a Parliamentary inquiry and the development of a new national child sexual exploitation plan.

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