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What are Cookies

Cookies are tiny files that help track the use of the site and to personalise your journey. These cookies can be stored so that if you return to a website, that website server can call the information from the cookies stored on your computer to tailor your experience of the site.

We use cookies on this website to help you use the site more efficiently and to protect the site from misuse. We do not store personally identifiable information in our cookie data. We also use some carefully selected 3rd party suppliers to help us monitor the usage patterns and the causes of any faults with the website. These third parties will place cookies on your system so that we can identify faults and monitor usage of the website.

Cookies are perfectly safe to be stored on your computer and almost all web browsers have cookie storing enabled as default. However, all browsers have the option of disabling cookies being stored on your computer if you wish to do this.

Please be aware that disabling cookies on your browser will reduce your ability to use this website and our ability to support you should any fault arise whist using this website.

What cookies do we use?



This is stored when accessing this website from one of our affiliate links so we know who introduced us.


Local Session Security

This cookie stores a special code that is used to stop attackers from performing Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks against our website.

ai_session & ai_user

3rd Party Session Persistent Microsoft

These cookies come from Microsoft Application Insights which is a tool we use to monitor the stability of the site and report on any errors that occur. These cookies allow us to combine error logs with user interactions on the site. This is the main tool that we use to find, debug and fix errors that occur on the website.

_ga & _gat & __utmx

3rd Party Persistent Google

These cookies come from Google Analytics which is a tool that helps website owners measure how users interact with website content. As a user navigates between web pages, Google Analytics records information about the page a user has seen, for example the URL of the page. The Google Analytics JavaScript libraries use HTTP Cookies to "remember" what a user has done on previous pages / interactions with the website.

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