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RSS commonly stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’ and lets users view the latest content from a website through a feed reader rather than having to visit the actual website.
Stay up-to-date by subscribing to all RSS calendar feeds or select individual Chamber and Committee feeds.
Our news area has a number of different feeds you can subscribe to. As well as our main feed that delivers all news stories, we have feeds for each individual subject a story may be associated with, such as education or international affairs.
The main feeds from our news area are listed below:
Individual RSS feeds are now available for research briefings produced by the Libraries of the House of Commons and House of Lords and the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST).
Early day motions (EDMs) are tabled by MPs to publicise a particular event or cause, and to gather support among MPs for that event or cause.
A large part of the work of the House of Commons and the House of Lords takes place in committees, made up of MPs or Lords. Individual RSS feeds are now available for most Committees on their homepage.
There are a number of free feed readers available. You should check the operating system on your computer is compatible with the reader. Please use the links below to find a suitable feed reader:
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