RSS is a format for publishing regularly updated content automatically. The New Statesman provides a number of “RSS web feeds” throughout the site.
RSS content can be read using software called an "RSS reader", "feed reader" or an “aggregator”. By adding our feeds to your reader, you will receive automatic updates every time an article is published. You can also subscribe to specific sections-- if you only want to read articles relating to books, choose the Books RSS feed, etc. A number of popular RSS readers are listed below:
New Statesman Main Feed
Stay up to date with all New Statesman content with our main feed, which includes all online and magazine content:
Feeds for sections
RSS feeds are available for the following sections:
Feeds for blogs
RSS feeds are available for all of our blogs. Visit the blogs page and paste the blog URL (web address) into your feed reader.
Feeds for columns
RSS feeds are available for all columns. Visit the columns page and use your browser or feed reader to subscribe as above.
Feeds for writers
RSS feeds are available for all columns. Visit the writers page and use your browser or feed reader to subscribe as above.
Feed for blog & online-only content
An RSS feed is available for all blog and online-only content.
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