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What are ‘cookies’ and how do I manage them?
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- Statistics: To track page visits, hits, search terms, visitor locations etc. anonymously for statistical purposes, thus helping us to improve our services User Experience:
- To Improving the user’s experience, allowing your experience of our site to be personalised (so that you receive content targeted towards your needs, for example).
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