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Our cookies don’t store sensitive information such as your name or address. However, if you’d prefer to restrict, block or delete cookies from our website, you can use your browser to do this. Each browser is different, so check the ‘Help’ menu of your particular browser (or your mobile phone’s handset manual) to learn how to change your cookie preferences. We also have a ‘Manage your cookies’ section below.
Here’s a list of the main cookies we use, and what we use them for.
A cookie used to store referral URL information for our UK network.
The PHPSESSID cookie is native to PHP and enables our website to store serialised state data. On this website it is used to establish a user session and to pass state data via a temporary cookie, which is commonly referred to as a session cookie.
Statcounter: used to track amount of visits, and the time of the visit and keeps track of returning visits. No personal information is stored in the cookie.
_ga, _gat, _gid
Google Analytics: used to track amount of visits, and the time of the visit and keeps track of returning visits. No personal information is stored in the cookie.
CONSENT, PREF, VISITOR_INFO_LIVE, YSC
Google YouTube: used by the website to store and show video content. These cookies are set by YouTube to track usage of its services. The YouTube Cookies are only installed when you press play.
ct0, eu_cn, external_referer, guest_id, personalization_id, tfw_exp
Twitter: a collection of cookies set by Twitter. The cookies help to display tweets on the site, monitor referral links, used to identify those logged into Twitter and collect data related to the Twitter platform.
Cookies used for the issuu.com embedded PDF service.
If you wish to restrict or block cookies you can do this through your browser settings, the Help function in your browser should tell you how. Alternatively, you may wish to visit www.aboutcookies.org, which contains comprehensive information on how to do this on a wide variety of desktop browsers.