“Of all the awards up for grabs, there’s one piece of hardware that no self-respecting journalist would covet. Established in 2010 by University of Oxford professor Dorothy Bishop, the Orwellian Prize is awarded to “an article in an English-language national newspaper that has the most inaccurate report of a piece of academic work.” Its full title is the Orwellian Prize for Journalistic Misrepresentation.”