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What cookies do we use?
As the name suggests, these cookies are essential for the running of our website. If these are disabled, parts of our website will not function. These cookies register whether you are logged in or not. They also allow us to ensure the security of our online forms, preventing Cross Site Request Forgeries (CSRF) from malicious sites, which use your login details to submit forms on our site. They are not used for marketing purposes.
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If you’re in the European Union, the Google Analytics tool may store your information outside of the EU. The United States do not have the same laws regarding data protection as those in the EU. By using our website, you consent to such transfers.
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Behavioural advertising cookies
We use DoubleClick cookies on our website to help us understand how efficient our advertising is and to ensure the ads are relevant to you. Although behavioural advertising cookies can track your activity around the Internet, they cannot identify you personally. They allow us to count how many people have seen our advertisement or have seen it more than once. It also allows us to tailor advertising to you when you visit other websites.
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How to manage or opt out of cookies.
If you wish to opt out it is possible to control cookies by following the links below, however, by opting out you may lose some of the features and functionality of our website. Most browsers will allow you to disable cookies; use the ‘Help’ menu on your browser. Alternatively, you can find instructions on how to change your cookie settings here.
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