Cookies are small text files stored in your browser which are used by the vast majority of websites for a variety of reasons, such as personalising your experience and recording how you use the website to help with future improvements.
During your visit to this website, you will automatically download these files to your device. The cookies we use do not identify you as an individual, only the device you are using. These cookies are a mixture of session cookies which are removed once you close your browser and persistent cookies which remain for longer, but are only active when you are on our website.
This cookie is necessary for the site to work by maintaining your session. It contains no personal information.
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These are deployed by our Google Analytics only if you accept our cookies. They collect information such as the pages you visit, the length of time you spend on the site and what browser you are using. This information helps us improve and optimise the site in the future.
If you decide not to allow our cookies, you can change the setting in your browser, but please note, this may stop certain functionality from working (see above table).
- In Internet Explorer you can manage your cookie settings by clicking “Tools”, “Internet Options”.
- In Firefox you can change your cookie settings by clicking “Options”, “Privacy” and ticking “Tell web sites I do not want to be tracked”.
- In Chrome you can manage your cookie settings by clicking “Settings”, “Show advanced settings…” and then pressing the “Content settings…” button under “Privacy”.