HM Revenue & Customs has hired a team of financial genealogists to help address the deficit created by our ancestors, estimated to be “millions of pounds”
Plus: New look for National Army Museum; GRO trial reaches final phase; Historic colour tithe maps go online; Newly digitised index cards reveal Jewish persecution
The free Chelsea museum has undergone a major revamp, featuring five new permanent galleries that tell the story of the British Army from past to present
Plus: FamilySearch indexes more of its Derbyshire parish registers collection and Findmypast adds Scottish Post Office directories and Anglo-Boer War records 
Discover the story of Raleigh bikes with rare footage, catch up on the final Who Do You Think You Are? episode of series 13 and learn about 18th century criminals 
Plus: Findmypast publishes Northamptonshire records; New family history journal to launch in April; Free Irish documents and photographs go online
BBC journalist Sophie Raworth rounds off the 13th series of Who Do You Think You Are?, while Jeremy Paxman explores the history and heritage of Britain's longest river
We're offering readers the chance to purchase a pair of tickets for Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE at the Birmingham NEC for just £26 
Terms and conditions for the WDYTYA? LIVE competition that appears in the April 2017 issue (#124)
Andy Denholm wants relatives of the men listed on Tursdale War Memorial to be present when it is unveiled following restoration later this year
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