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Grace is deputy editor for C+D, with responsibility for analysis and investigations. She joined C+D in 2016 as news editor and took on the deputy role alongside her news duties in 2019. She won a series of awards in 2018 for her investigations into crime in pharmacies, and controversial government proposals around medicines supply. Prior to C+D, Grace worked at People Management magazine, a publication for HR professionals, and was staff writer across several different magazines, including for the British Army, DHL, Jaguar cars and the International Baccalaureate. She graduated from Cardiff University in 2011 with a BA in journalism, film and media.

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