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How to disable cookies in your browser
If you wish to turn cookies off for this website it will also effect all websites that you visit. You can disable cookies from your browser and delete all cookies currently stored on your device. Details on how to disable cookies for the mainstream browsers can be found below:
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.
Types of Cookies used on this site
Potential Intrusiveness to Customer
|Essential||These cookies are essential for our site to function. They are used to ensure that log-ins are secure.||Low|
|User Engagement||Our site uses some social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, comment fields on blogs, forums and forms. These allow 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.||Low|
|Privacy Control||Privacy Control, our cookie management solution, uses a cookie to tell us whether or not to place non-essential cookies on your device. No personal information is stored. This cookie is non-essential for the functionality of our site.||Low|