Cookies

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Here’s how we use cookies to improve your experience and perfect our site, helping to give you the best visit every time you find us online.

Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or hard drive, if you agree to let us. These cookies store information and transfer it to your computer’s hard drive.

We don’t want to bore you, but these are the cookies we use:

Strictly necessary cookies

We use these to help you move around the site smoothly and use all of its special features, like secure areas.

Analytical/performance cookies

These ones let us recognise and count our visitors, as well as see how they use the site. Using these cookies helps us make our site as easy to navigate as possible, saving you time by letting you find what you need more easily.

Functionality cookies

These cookies help us recognise you when you return to our site. They help us to greet you by name, customise your settings like region and language, and personalise content in line with what we know about you.

Targeting cookies

Targeting cookies record your visit, the pages you opened and the links you clicked. This data helps us make our site and its advertising as relevant to you as possible, and we sometimes share it with third parties.

There’s more information about the cookies we use and how we use them in the table below.

COOKIE NAME PURPOSE MORE INFORMATION
GOOGLE ANALYTICS __UTMA THIS COOKIE ENABLES US TO: GOOGLE COOKIE DETAILS
__UTMB ESTIMATE OUR AUDIENCE SIZE AND USAGE PATTERN
__UTMC TRACK USER ACTIONS AND PAGE VIEWS
__UTMZ

One last thing; our advertisers might also use cookies that we have no control over. You can block them by activating the setting in your browser that lets you refuse the use of cookies. Don’t forget though, if you use these settings to block all cookies (including the essential ones) your access to our website, or parts of it, might be restricted. Except for essential cookies, all cookies will expire after two years.

For more information on cookies and how to disable them, visit the Interactive Advertising Bureau at www.allaboutcookies.org