What is a Cookie
We may use the information provided by cookies to recognise and track which parts of our website you visit when you are using our website, analyse trends and general usage patterns, optimise our site, administer the site, or for research and marketing purposes to help us better serve you. No information which personally identifies you will be collected through the cookies.
Our website will or may use the following types of cookie:
Without these cookies, also known as session cookies, our website won’t work properly. They help you move around the secure areas of the website and do things you’ve specifically come to the website for, like accessing research.
Sometimes known as analytical cookies, these cookies collect anonymous information about how many unique visitors have visited our website or how many different times you may have visited. These cookies can also help us to identify error messages received from different webpages on our site. This information can help us improve our website in order to ensure you have the best possible experience.
These cookies are similar to session cookies in the sense that they allow the website, when you fill in a form with your username or other details, to remember your details, so you don’t have to type it in each time you come back.