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The cookies we use record details about your visit to our website, but they do not identify you. We like to keep track of which information and links are popular and which ones don't get used so much, to help us keep our information relevant, up to date and to help us improve the website. To do this we use analytics cookies which gather information showing the overall patterns of usage rather than individual’s activity.
Your internet browser should allow you to control which cookies you accept, clear them individually, or clear all of them. The website aboutcookies.org gives advice on how to do this in a wide variety of desktop browsers.
If you choose to disable cookies you may find you are not able to access all the content of our website, or that some functions do not operate fully.
This table provides details of the cookies we use and why we use them.