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This website uses three types of cookies: session cookies, persistent cookies and third-party cookies for Google Analytics. The session cookies are essential to the correct operation of the website during the period that you are actively using it, but are not stored between visits. Persistent cookies will remain on your device beyond your browsing session and help track preferences from session to session. Google Analytics collects information about how visitors use this site. This anonymous information helps us understand the number of visitors to the site and which pages they visited.
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Most browsers allow you to block cookies, either in general or on a site-by-site basis. Additionally most browsers allow you to delete specific cookies.
More information on managing cookies, for the following commonly used browsers, can be found by following the links below.
- Manage cookie settings in Chrome and Chrome Android and Chrome iOS
- Manage cookie settings in Safari and Safari iOS
- Manage cookie settings in Firefox
- Manage cookie settings in Internet Explorer
- Manage cookie settings in Opera
Blocking cookies may have a negative impact upon the usability of some websites.
For more information on cookies, what they are, and how they can affect your privacy, please see http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ or visit the website of the Information Commissioner’s Office – http://www.ico.org.uk.