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Cookie Policy


What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text-only string of data that is entered into the cookie file or “memory” of the web browser on your computer. It will typically contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come, the “lifetime” of the cookie, and a value, usually a randomly generated unique number. If you would like to know more about cookies or how to disable them please visit

How do we use cookies on this website?

Cookies are only used to collect analytics data and check to see if you are running javascript, no personnal or identifiable data is collected and cookies expire at the end of the session.

We use the following cookies on this website:


has_js – this cookie is used to let the web page know in advance if you have javascript turned on or not. It allows the website to serve up content in a more efficient manner by preventing the need for you to download unnecessary content which can be generated or retrieved later by javascript.  This cookie also improves web page load times and responsiveness. It expires at the end of the browser session.


the twitter feed on the website uses the following cookies which expire at the end of the session:

_ga, _gid, _twitter_sess, ct0, eu_cn, external_referer, gdpr_lo, guest_id, lang, personalization_id, syndication_guest_id, tfw_exp

Google Analytics:

_ga and _gid collect analytics data, the cookies expire at the end of the session, this allows us to see what content on our website is most interesting to our customers so we can provide articles and information in a similar vein in the future.

How can you manage the use of cookies on this website?

All browser technologies enable you to manage the cookies in the cookie folder of your browser. This means that you can either delete cookies from your cookie folder once you have finished your visit at our site or you can set your preferences with regard to the use of cookies before you begin surfing our website. Please note that deleting or rejecting cookies may affect your user experience of our website and cause portions of the site to function incorrectly.

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