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Journalists live for exclusive stories, or 'scoops' as they are better known. Terry Pattinson is one of those reporters from the 'golden era' of Fleet Street. Former Daily Mirror editor Mike Molloy called him a 'great story finder.' He was an industrial correspondent for 21 years - the final seven as Daily Mirror Industrial Editor. He was Reporter of the Year in the 1990 Br Journalists live for exclusive stories, or 'scoops' as they are better known. Terry Pattinson is one of those reporters from the 'golden era' of Fleet Street. Former Daily Mirror editor Mike Molloy called him a 'great story finder.' He was an industrial correspondent for 21 years - the final seven as Daily Mirror Industrial Editor. He was Reporter of the Year in the 1990 British Press Awards for his coverage of what became known as The Arthur Scargill Affair. He also won the London Press Club's Scoop of the Year. Former Labour Cabinet Minister Alan Johnson described Terry as a 'Fleet Street legend' while former Labour MP Fiona Mactaggart said, 'Terry was my favourite journalist.' Terry's coverage of the Russian spacecraft taking photographs of the moon's surface led to a world exclusive for the Daily Express. One rival newspaper called it 'The Scoop of the Century.' He was on the inside track of many major news events and relates hilarious background material that you couldn't make up. Mirror Publisher Robert Maxwell, MC, admitted to Terry that he was wanted for war crimes and was an 'agent of influence' for Israel.


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Journalists live for exclusive stories, or 'scoops' as they are better known. Terry Pattinson is one of those reporters from the 'golden era' of Fleet Street. Former Daily Mirror editor Mike Molloy called him a 'great story finder.' He was an industrial correspondent for 21 years - the final seven as Daily Mirror Industrial Editor. He was Reporter of the Year in the 1990 Br Journalists live for exclusive stories, or 'scoops' as they are better known. Terry Pattinson is one of those reporters from the 'golden era' of Fleet Street. Former Daily Mirror editor Mike Molloy called him a 'great story finder.' He was an industrial correspondent for 21 years - the final seven as Daily Mirror Industrial Editor. He was Reporter of the Year in the 1990 British Press Awards for his coverage of what became known as The Arthur Scargill Affair. He also won the London Press Club's Scoop of the Year. Former Labour Cabinet Minister Alan Johnson described Terry as a 'Fleet Street legend' while former Labour MP Fiona Mactaggart said, 'Terry was my favourite journalist.' Terry's coverage of the Russian spacecraft taking photographs of the moon's surface led to a world exclusive for the Daily Express. One rival newspaper called it 'The Scoop of the Century.' He was on the inside track of many major news events and relates hilarious background material that you couldn't make up. Mirror Publisher Robert Maxwell, MC, admitted to Terry that he was wanted for war crimes and was an 'agent of influence' for Israel.

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