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Most browsers are secure and offer quick and easy ways to delete information like cookies. Please see the section below Change your Browser Settings'.
To obtain further information about cookies (including how to set your browser to reject cookies), you can visit the website www.allaboutcookies.org
First Party Cookies - are set by the website you are visiting and they can only be read by that site.
Third Party Cookies - are set by other organisations that we use for different services. For example, we use external analytics services and these suppliers may set cookies on our behalf in order to report what's popular and what's not (see section entitled “Analytics on our Website” for more information).
The website you are visiting may also contain content embedded from, for example, YouTube or Flickr and these sites may set their own cookies. Therefore we recommend that you read third party cookie policies.
Session Cookies - are stored only for the duration of your visit to a website and these are deleted from your device when your browsing session ends.
Persistent Cookies - this type of cookie is saved on your device for a fixed period to remember preferences like your location or your username.
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Most internet browsers are initially enabled to accept cookies automatically. You may be able to set your browser so that you will not receive cookies and may even be able to delete existing cookies. There are ways of disabling them in most modern browsers. Please see the help menu of your browser, the option to do so is usually under "tools > internet options > privacy". However, please note that if you disable cookies you may not be able to access parts of the Site.
Google Analytics provide anonymised statistical information for us. They process IP addresses and information from cookies used on our websites so we know how many page views we have, how many users we have, what browsers they are using (so we can target our resources in the right way to maximise compatibility for the majority of our users) and, in some cases, in which country, city or region they are located.