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What do cookies do?

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Find out more about the types of cookies we use

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Session cookies

We use session cookies, which last only for the duration of your visit (your 'session') and are deleted when you close your browser. These simply enable us to identify that the same person is moving from page to page.
This is set on the first page view of any visit. Its purpose is so that certain parts of the website only load on the first page view, making it faster and more efficient.

Persistent cookies

We also use certain cookies that are persistent. These remain on your computer after you have visited our site, meaning the site can remember your settings when you revisit us.
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3rd Party cookies

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