Last updated on 28 March 2023

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What do we use cookies for?

You can use the Cookie Settings link above to view specific uses. In summary:


Certain cookies are necessary in order for the site to operate correctly.  For example, when you log in to our website, a session authentication cookie is set to manage your logged-in browsing session. Another example is a cookie set to remember your cookie consent preferences.


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Analytical cookies such as Google Analytics are used to understand how visitors interact with the website and help us improve our offering. They do not identify individual users. These cookies help provide metrics such as the number of visitors, most popular pages, traffic source, etc.

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