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stop press

News that is added to a publication shortly before or as it is printed. Primarily heard in UK. We had to rush to get that stop press into today's paper.
See also: press, stop
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Andrew is one of Stop Press! Media's most experienced broadcast journalists having worked for the BBC for more than 20 years as a television and radio reporter.
DO you remember our Stop Press supplement for kids?
The members of Sudan's parliament who deliberated on the parliament formal response to president Bashir's speech, called upon the government to stop press censorship.
STOP PRESS: Arsenal's Boxing Day clash in 2013 has been postponed, as the Finsbury Park toilets are having new loo rolls delivered.
Meanwhile, recently a post on London's Wireless festival's Twitter page read: "Stop press - It's just been announced that @PiNk will headlining Wireless 2010 in Hyde Park.
Stop Press: At the time of going to press, JDSU has announced a new product aimed at the identity document security market.
STOP PRESS: Blackstone, one of the world's largest private equity groups could be about to make a bid for the Birds Eye brand and Findus in a move to create a 2-billion [pounds sterling] European frozen food empire, according to the Sunday Times and informed industry observers.
The new records will feature in the Stop Press Section of the 2006 edition of Guinness World Records, out in September
The rules were drawn up long enough ago to have made the stop press column of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
STOP PRESS: Portadown News journalist Anne Phoblacht has been
They are pictured with organisers of the event, Ray Spencer (front) and Roy Adkin JS*103878490 Luke Robinson had a new addition to his wardrobe after winning a Stop Press competition.
01BREAKING news in the Stop Press column of the ECHO's front page revealed that the Kaiser was heading for the frontline.
Stop Press: My mate has just phoned to say he got food poisoning yesterday.
MARION McMULLEN STOP PRESS: Coventry performer Nicholas Duncan, who trained at the Julie Bromage Dance Academy, also went on yesterday to play puppet stars Princeton and Rod.