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What are cookies?

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What cookies do we use?

  1. We use cookies to understand how people are using our website. These cookies are set by Google Analytics. They collect information about how people use the website, for example what pages they visit and how long they stay on a page. They also collect information about what devices and browsers people use to visit this website.This helps us to provide more of the information that you find most useful, and to check that our website works well for as many visitors as possible.

    Note that your IP address is ‘anonymised’ when sent to Google Analytics so it isn’t stored by Google or by us.

  2. If you leave a comment on a blog post, we will set cookies to remember the information that you’ve provided (e.g. the name and email address that you provide). This will save you re-typing that information if you leave additional comments.
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Please also see our Privacy Policy.