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NOTE: Subscribers to any of the RSS feeds are subject to the same user agreement that applies to the rest of the site as well as our Feed Terms and Conditions.


What is an RSS feed and why do I want one?

As a service to its readers, who increasingly look at several different Web sites over the course of the day, now offers free headlines via "RSS." RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary.

RSS allows news sites to easily syndicate content in a format that is quickly accessible to readers. Unlike most of, which is based on HTML, RSS uses an XML-based format. The feeds include headlines, descriptions and links to articles currently on the site. As the site is updated so are the feeds.

Sounds cool, so how to I get one of these feeds?

To use RSS, you will need a special RSS news reader or aggregator (click for a list of aggregators) that will allow you to collect and display the RSS content. does not provide these, but there are many available for download online and many of them are free. Most news readers are applications that you download and install. Some come with browsers, such as Mozilla's Firefox browser. Others are web-based services you sign up for that work inside your browser.

So I've got a reader how do I subscribe?

To subscribe to one of's feeds, just copy and paste the url of one of the links above according to the instructions of your news reader.

Feed Terms and Conditions

The Telegraph Publishing Company provides these feeds for personal, noncommercial use under the following terms and conditions. All others, including subscribers must obtain express written permission prior to use of these feeds. The Telegraph provides these feeds at no charge to you for your personal, noncommercial use. You agree not to associate the feeds with any content that might harm the reputation of The Telegraph. The Telegraph provides this content "as is" and The Telegraph shall not be held liable for your use of the information or the feeds.


You agree to use the feeds only to provide headlines, each with a functional link to the associated story on that shall display the full content immediately (e.g., no jump pages or other intermediate or interstitial pages). You further agree not to frame or otherwise control the browser window (if any) in which The Telegraph content opens, including limiting the size or position of such window. You agree to provide proper attribution to The Telegraph in reasonable proximity to your use of the feed(s), and you agree that you will not modify the format or branding of the headlines, digests and other information provided in the feeds. The feeds may not be spliced into or otherwise redistributed by third-party providers. No content, including any advertisements or other promotional content, shall be added to the feeds. The Telegraph reserves the right to object to your presentation of the feeds and the right to require you to cease using the feeds at any time. The Telegraph further reserves the right to terminate its distribution of the feeds or change the content or formatting of the feeds at any time without notice to you. By accessing the feeds or the instructions provided herein, you indicate that you understand and agree to these terms and conditions.