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Like most websites, we use cookies on to improve your user experience. We keep their usage to a minimum and the ones we use here are purely intended to help your browsing experience, and to help us improve the performance of our website.

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About Cookies

Cookies are small files which nearly all websites put on your computer, laptop or mobile device when visit. These cookies are usually used to help websites recognise who you are when you visit again. This is useful because, for example, you don’t have to update your preferences or input your username each time you visit. Cookies also help us analyse how well our website is performing, for example how many visitors we are getting and what pages they’re visiting.

You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but most also let you change preferences so you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies. Note this may prevent you from taking full advantage of the functions available.

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The main cookies we use on this website are for Google Analytics and Hitslink from netapplications website performance monitoring applications. Neither of these collects any personal information about you. We may also use functionality cookies to remember your preferences. And maybe others, but we don’t do anything bad. If you’re really interested you can look it up or ask us.

For a full and up to date list of cookies used on this website (or other websites) we recommend you use a cookie audit tool.

More About Cookies

To find out more about cookies, including information about what they are, how they work, how to manage them, prevent them being installed or to remove them, you’ll find a lot of information on the site Please note HPS is in no way affiliated with this site or responsible for the content on it. There’s also a lot of information about UK, EU and other countries laws regarding cookies and information privacy on many other sites – a search on your preferred search engine will usually bring up enough information to help you. If you’re really interested in UK cookie law and struggling to find the answers you need, you could try contacting the Information Commissioners Office.

If you have any queries regarding this Cookie Policy in particular please email .