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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) RSS feeds are an easy way to keep up to date with our news and information. RSS is an alternative view of a web page that allows you to subscribe and read the content in RSS newsreader software. Whenever the web page is updated your newsreader will automatically display the new item.
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An RSS newsreader is required to receive these feeds.
There are many news readers available and many are free. Some news readers are programs you download and install on your computer and others are web-based services that you access with your web browser. To find an RSS reader please visit the BBC website.
To subscribe to an RSS feed, right-click on the name of the feed and select 'Copy Shortcut' or 'Copy Link Location', copy the location URL and paste it into the appropriate place in your RSS reader.