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time limitation on 'breaking news'?

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  • Jk80
    jk80
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    The Suffolk killings arrest was revealed at 9:30 this morning and it’s still “breaking news”? Hasn’t this news well and truly broken?

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    Vicky23
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    jk80 wrote:The Suffolk killings arrest was revealed at 9:30 this morning and it’s still “breaking news”? Hasn’t this news well and truly broken?

    Yeah thats very true. It has been a very dull news day. Sky had nothing new all day. I know its an important story but the same thing every ten mins is a bit much. I feel sorry for Martin Brunt as he has been doing 12hr shifts for days…i bet he is bored

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