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RSS feeds

We aim to make our web content as widely available as we can. You can subscribe to or syndicate our content to your own website using the following RSS and Atom feeds.

Available feeds

News
Speeches
Jobs

Frequently asked questions

What is an RSS feed?

RSS stands for ‘really simple syndication’ and is a simple way of keeping up to date with content from a web site. Instead of checking back to our site on a regular basis to look for new content, you can subscribe to our RSS feeds and be notified automatically.

How do I subscribe to your RSS feeds?

By using an RSS or news reader. These come in two types:

A software programme you install on your computer or
A web site dedicated to RSS reading

Once you have your newsreader, go to the RSS feed listed above by clicking on the link, and copy and paste the address from your browser address bar (the bit that begins with http://) into your reader.

Where can I get an RSS reader?

There are many different news readers available, many of which are free. Different readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to choose one appropriate to your computer. Here’s a list of RSS readers.