December 06, 2010 1:06 AM

RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, allows you to see when new content has been added to the TPA site. You can get the latest blogs and research, as soon as they are published, without having to visit the site itself.

To read RSS feeds, you will need a Reader, a piece of software that checks feeds and lets you read any new articles that have been published. There are several free online RSS Readers, such as Feedly, which allow you to read RSS feeds in your web browser. Find out more about RSS

To subscribe to an RSS feed, simply click the link below and click 'subscribe' or copy and paste the url into the 'add content' bar in your RSS reader. If a feed isn't listed you should be able to find it by adding .rss to the end of any url, please leave a comment below if you believe a feed is missing so that we can add it to the list.

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Latest Blogs:

Spending Review victory from Council Assets and Government Art

11:10 AM 27, Nov 2015 The TaxPayers' Alliance

Spending Review victory from our Town Hall Rich List

11:05 AM 27, Nov 2015 The TaxPayers' Alliance

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Spending Review: Another Spending Plan victory

11:02 AM 27, Nov 2015 Henry Davis

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Spending Review - TPA in the media

12:05 PM 26, Nov 2015 Henry Davis

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The Spending Review was a "big missed opportunity"

3:08 PM 25, Nov 2015 The TaxPayers' Alliance

commented 2015-06-10 09:44:06 +0100 · Flag
So sorry. I wasn’t aware of this page. You can find all our feeds by adding .rss to the end of our blog names. E.g www.taxpayersalliance.com/blog.rss or research.rss. I’ll update this page now to reflect this
commented 2015-06-09 20:11:33 +0100 · Flag
it’s disappointing that the feeds have been broken, not just the main one. Does anyone at the TPA care?
commented 2015-01-21 15:46:13 +0000 · Flag
Are there any plans to relaunch this this service? An RSS feed for your press releases would be especially useful for those of us who work in research.