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NewsThisSecond is a leader in Breaking News.

We inform tens of thousands of people every year on breaking and developing news stories and help them understand what the world they live in.

Our reporting on Twitter is our ‘flagship’ service with our website giving our audience more detailed reporting along with republished articles from a wide range of sources.

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We always endeavour to tell the truest story possible without dramatising events. We avoid speculation and never report with the intention to please.

Sometimes we might be late; we may get it wrong. But we will always be responsible.

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