Cookies make it possible for sites to remember your log-in details and settings. They also personalise your experience of a website.
You can turn cookies off, but it might mean your experience is less personal and that you have to do the same thing more than once.
Cookies are also helpful to us because they allow us to see how someone found our site and how they used it once they arrived. We use this information to continually improve our site and our service.
Third-party cookies are just cookies that have been developed by another company.
Below, you can see the details of all the cookies we use on this site.
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All cookies (apart from essential cookies) will expire after 10 years.
How to disable cookies
We don’t recommend disabling cookies as it might have a negative effect on your experience, for example, certain features may not display properly.
If you want to disable cookies, the method will vary depending on your browser. Just have a look below.
Read the Google Chrome help page to find out how to disable cookies on your browser.
This Mozilla Firefox page can help you disable cookies on your browser.
You can disable cookies on Internet Explorer – find out how to do this on the Microsoft help page.
Check out the Apple support page to find out how you can disable cookies on your browser.
You can find out how to do this on the help section of your device.