What are cookies?
Are any of these cookies necessary?
Yes. Some of the cookies we set are absolutely necessary to the website. Without them the website would simply stop functioning. We have listed these as ‘Strictly necessary cookies’. You cannot disable our strictly necessary cookies.
How can I manage other types of cookie?
Not all cookies are strictly necessary. An explanation of the purpose and benefit of all of the other cookies used on our website is provided. If you wish to disable any of these cookies then a link has been provided to allow you to do so. In some cases, you may need to visit a third-party web site operated by one of our service providers to disable the cookies.
The cookies we use…
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies perform important functions on our website. Without them we cannot provide you with basic features and normal website behaviour which you will expect us to. For this reason, you cannot disable these cookies.
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These cookies allow our website to remember choices you make and provide enhanced, more personal features. They may also be used to provide services or functionality you indicate you are interested in through interactions with our web site. These cookies are only used to provide an improved browsing experience and we do not pass information about the choices you make to any third party or other organisation.
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These cookies collect general information about how visitors use our website to help us improve our website for everyone. For instance, we track which pages visitors go to most often and if they get error messages or broken links. These cookies don’t collect personal information that identifies a visitor. All the information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous.
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If you wish to disable any cookie listed above for which we have not provided a specific means of disabling, you can also use your browser settings to disable cookies. An explanation of how to do this can be found here.
Please note: By disabling cookies in your browser, you may render some of the functionality on our website (and other websites you visit) unusable and we make no guarantees as to the performance of our website when cookies are disabled.