What are cookies?
Cookies are information that is sent to and stored on your computer.
They are used to identify you when you visit our sites. Cookies are used to remember passwords, usernames and your preferences. They are also used to provide us with anonymous statistical information about how our site is used.
Cookies we use
Our cookies allow you to use our site and provide us, our advertisers and partners with anonymous reporting information. Below is a list of cookies used on our website:
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|Google Analytics cookies measure how users interact with our website and its content. For example, they record URLs of pages that you have seen, how long you have spent on the website, or the traffic source. They help us improve the performace of our site, by analysing visitor traffic to our website.
More information about Google Analytics cookies can be found here.
Our site is constantly evolving as we add new articles, content and tools to make sure our users find it as valuable as possible. As such, this list will be updated over time, so we suggest you check back regularly.
How to disable cookies?
If you wish, you can disable Cookies on your Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome etc) but this will affect all sites that you visit, and could mean that they no longer function for you. Instructions on how to switch cookies off can be found by using the Help option within your browser and searching for “switch off cookies”. Please be aware that you will need to switch off the cookies on every browser you use. For further information about cookies, including how to delete them please visit www.ico.org.uk.