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In order to comply with EU law, our website must inform you: a) of the presence of non-essential cookies on our site, and b) how to turn them off if you don’t want them to be stored on your device.
If you wish to turn cookies off for this website it will also affect all subsequent websites that you visit. You can easily disable cookies from your browser and delete all cookies currently stored on your device.
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Please note that if you choose to disable cookies from your browser it may prevent you from taking full advantage of some websites and some may fail to work. You can adjust your cookie settings at any time.
These cookies are essential for our site to function. They are used to ensure that log-ins are secure.
User Engagement Cookies
Our site uses some social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube as well as comment fields on blogs, forums and forms. This allows for a certain element of user engagement and these cookies allow this to happen. These types of cookies are non-essential for the functionality of our site.
Google Analytics Cookies
These cookies collect information, none of which is personal or traceable back to an individual. They help us to see how many visitors come to our site and how our site is used. This data will help us to produce reports that will lead to site improvements going forward and allow us to provide better services to our visitors. These types of cookies are non-essential for the functionality of our site.