This page displays the cookies in use on the programme website.
A website cookie is a piece of text that a web server can store on a user’s system for later retrieval. For example, a web site might generate a unique ID number for each visitor and store the ID number on each user’s machine using a cookie file.
Your web browser will have options to show you all the cookies stored and will allow you to delete some/all of them as you wish.
Cookies may be:
- fundamentally necessary for the delivery of the web service you are using, e.g. enable tracking of items in an online shopping basket or to enable session tracking for a service that you log in to,
- may be necessary to benefit from the full functionality of the service, but not essential for some level of service,
- may be for the benefit of the service provider or to allow the service provider to better understand its users and hence provide a better service, e.g. analytical tools so a site can produce statistics on the types of users it has or the sections of its site that are most popular
- but could equally be for a wide range of other purposes.
Cookies set by Third Parties:
- Google Analytics
Used site-wide to help us tracking visitor usage. This is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. Google Analytics sets a cookie in order to evaluate use of those services and compile a report for us.
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For embedded Tweets.
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