Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Cookies which collect information about how visitors access and use a website, including which pages are most (or least) popular, and the pages clicked through to reach them. These are also known as ‘statistics cookies’.
Some performance cookies are third party web analytics cookies, for example Google Analytics, which are used to monitor website traffic.
Performance cookies are used to identify and impose improvements to a website, for example, performance cookies can be used to remember your preferences and settings, or whether you have completed a website survey.
They can be used to restrict the number of times you will see a particular advert (although we do not host third party advertising on our website), or to draw your attention to other website content that may be of interest to you (‘related article’ links, for example).
They are also commonly used to enable social media components of a website.