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Keep up with Richard
Bacon MP using RSS

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RSS stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’.  An RSS document is referred to as a ‘feed’.

You can find RSS feeds on any website using this icon:

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What does an RSS feed do?

An RSS feed makes it possible for you to keep up with your favourite website automatically.  It does this by providing a web page that can be read by a special piece of software called a ‘reader’. 

Without a reader, an RSS feed just appears as computer code.

How an RSS news feed appears on-screen

How an RSS news feed appears on-screen

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What is an RSS reader?

This is a piece of software that checks an RSS feed and lets you know if any new articles have been added.

There are many different types of reader.  Some readers let you access feeds using your internet browser.  Others are programs you can download.  Y

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How do I get an RSS reader?

You can search for free RSS readers on the internet.

A wide range of free readers is available, with new types of reader are appearing all the time.

Different news readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to choose one that will work with your computer.

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How do I subscribe to the RSS feed from this website?

You can subscribe to the feed from this website in several ways, depending on how your reader works.  You can:

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