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Our website uses Google Analytics, the most widely-used website statistic service (counting the New York Times and Twitter amongst its customers). When you visit our site, Google Analytics stores a cookie on your computer or mobile device. This cookie is then used to provide us with usage data, which helps us to improve our users’ experience. This just means we can count how many people visit this website and analyse which pages are the most popular. In return for the service it provides, Google also gets access to that cookie’s stored analytical data. Google does NOT get access to specific user-identifiable data, such as your name, email address or log in-details, via this website. You can read Google’s privacy policy here.

We don’t sell information collected by the cookies our website sets, nor do we disclose the information to third parties, except when required to by law (for example, if a government body or law enforcement agency requests the information).