Cookies are small text strings which the site sends to the user’s terminal where data is stored and is then re-transmitted to the site the next time the user visits. Cookies are useful because they allow our site to identify the user’s device and allow you to browse through the pages remembering your preferences and improving your user experience.
Our site only uses technical cookies which are strictly required for the site to function.
The site also uses third-party cookies associated with the “Google Analytics” service in order to compile statistical surveys regarding user navigation (further information can be found visiting Google website).
Our site does not use profiling cookies.
All of the most recent browsers allow you to change the cookie settings. These are normally found in your browser menu under either ‘options’ or ‘preferences’.
We recommend that you consult the browser’s “Help” section for further details.
Cookies used on this site
The following table lists the cookies which we collect and what information they include.
|__utmc||Google Analytics||this is not used in the ga.js ma library but is defined by interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operates in collaboration with the __utmb cookie to identify whether or not the user is creating a new session/visit.|
|__utmt||Google Analytics||this is used to process any requests submitted to the Google Analytics server.|
Updates and changes
Given the dynamic nature of the web, it is not always possible to check the cookies which are stored via a website by third parties.
The user is therefore requested to report the presence of a cookie to our references should a cookie of this type not included in the list specified above.
This text may need to be modified. We are therefore authorised to modify the contents of the information and the cookies specified in the list at any time and without having to give notice to do so. The most up-to-date version can be viewed in this text.
Last updated: 17/04/2019