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Our cookies can be divided into four categories:necessary cookies; cookies that strengthen the performance of our website; cookies that maximise functionality; and cookies for banner advertising or tracking.
We use both first- and third-party cookies to collect statistical and user data in combined or separate formats. We use analytical tools to process this data in order to optimise our website and present you with relevant marketing content.
Some third-party cookies are used by services which are shown on our website but are not controlled by us. These cookies are placed there by social media providers such as Twitter, Facebook and Google which can be identified by their respective icons, and measure users’ capacity for sharing content on their websites.
We also use third-party cookies that perform tracking across various web pages so that we can market our services to you via other websites/channels.
We also recommend reading our Data Protection Policy.