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2. what the cookies are used for
3. how cookies can be avoided and
Cookies enable our web server to recognise you and automatically display the details you have already entered previously so you don't have to enter them again, which saves you time as a visitor and delivers increased functionality. Cookies are also used to support your experience on the website, e.g. by saving settings you have chosen or show customised information. Cookies also make it easier for us to learn more about the behaviour of our visitors. For instance, they provide us with statistics that we can measure and use to improve our websites. We never save any personal information about you.
If you wish to avoid cookies
You can choose whether or not to accept cookies on your computer. If you do not wish to accept cookies, you can change the settings on your computer to automatically say no to cookies, or ask to be informed every time a website asks to store a cookie. You can also manually delete cookies from your hard disk at any time. For more information on how to change these settings, go to the help pages in your browser.