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Cookies store information about how you use the website, such as the pages you visit, and how you interact with the content on some of those pages. Cookies may allow a website to “remember” your actions or preferences over a period of time, or they may contain data related to the functioning or delivery of the site. Cookies can also be used to establish anonymised statistics about the browsing experience on websites.
Certain cookies we use are strictly necessary in order to make our website work. They are essential for you to browse our website and use its features, for example to enable page navigation. Our website cannot function properly without these cookies and, for this reason, they do not require your consent.
Functionality cookies allow our website to remember the choices you may have made in order to enhance your user experience. For example to remember changes to text size preferences.
Analytics cookies are used to track visitor behaviour on our website. We use these cookies for internal operational and research purposes to assess how users interact with our website and to inform how we can improve the experience for visitors to our website. Information we gather through analytics cookies will not identify you personally or individually. The information is all aggregated and, therefore, completely anonymised.
Third party targeting cookies may be set by search-engine providers on users of their services. They help to show relevant content on online advertising channels. These cookies track your online activity and can share that information with other organizations or advertisers. You should consult the terms and conditions of your search-engine provider for further details.
Miscellaneous cookies are set by third-party services such as embedded videos. These cookies can be triggered when you play a video to ensure this service works as intended. Functions may include tracking outages or troubleshooting issues. YouTube collects user data and has its own cookie and privacy policies. Cookies from YouTube are not set until you consent to YouTube cookies. If you don’t consent, we are not allowed to display video content.
Some cookies, like those used to collect information about how you use our website, are not needed for our site to work. These cookies can help us make our website better, but we'll only use them if you say it's OK.
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