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Most Up-To-Date News Website in the UK?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Tripleeagle, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. Tripleeagle

    Tripleeagle Registered Member

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    What is the most up-to-date news website in the UK?
    Google News (collects all bits and pieces of news) or BBC News or CNN or...?
     
  2. SYCRO

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    DailyMail.com ?
     
  3. Tripleeagle

    Tripleeagle Registered Member

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    Erm I don't think so... :p
     
  4. Jared255

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    The Onion is pretty reliable, might not be the fastest but they aren't as biased as some others are.
     
  5. Tripleeagle

    Tripleeagle Registered Member

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    I just want the news really. And fast!
    Like people have when they work in the stock market :)
     
  6. Entrepreneur

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    Gotta be the bbc or sky i'd say, after all they're the 2 biggest aren't they. But i don't EVER read or watch the news, so couldn't honestly say. :)
     
  7. Tripleeagle

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    Oh right - I'll stick to the BBC then ;)
    Thanks!
     
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    I Just realised in a later post you said you wanted it fast! Reuters is THE news agency I believe. So i suspect there's some way of getting shit from them but you'd probably have to pay? They also do stock trading software to die for btw. :)
     
  9. Tripleeagle

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    Oh yeeeeeah...I forgot Reuters :D Thanks for reminding me :)
    I look up how I can get a subscription or whatever (if I need one)...didn't know they did stock trading software though? They probably work a lot with businessmen (people in finance, insurance and all - people who need the latest news). Again, thanks :p