[ sˈali lˈʌn], [ sˈali lˈʌn], [ s_ˈa_l_i l_ˈʌ_n]
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Sally Lunn is a journalist from the United Kingdom who formerly worked for the daily tabloid the Daily Mail. She joined the paper in 1993 and was its political correspondent until she resigned in 2002 to become a freelance writer. Lunn has written for a range of newspapers and magazines, including The Times, The Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph, and The Sunday Telegraph Magazine.
Lunn has twice been named journalist of the year by the British Press Awards, in 2001 for her work on the Labour Party and in 2004 for her coverage of the European Union. In 2003, she was awarded a CBE for her services to journalism.
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