What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is sent to your computer or mobile phone that lets us know that you have used our website before.
You can find out more about how cookies work on the BBC website.
When you visit this website, we use Google Analytics cookies to understand how the website is being used so we can make it easier and more enjoyable for you to browse.
Cookies collect information in an anonymous form. This means we don’t know who the information has come from and we don’t make any attempt to find out.
We use these cookies this to find out things such as how many people are using the website. We can also see where users have come to the site from and the pages they visited before. We view this information in reports (provided by Google Analytics) so we can see how well the website is working.
We collect this information in a way which does not identify anyone. We do not make any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting this websites. We will not link any data gathered from this site with any information from any source that could be used to identify you.
If we do want to collect personal information about you through our website, we will be up front about this. We will make it clear when we are collecting personal information (such as your name or age) and will explain how we will use it.
If you want to know more about Google Analytics cookies you can view their privacy information here: Learn more
How to control or delete cookies
In Internet Explorer, click on Tools, click on Settings, click on the Privacy tab and then use the slider bar to choose the level of privacy you want.
In Firefox, click on Tools, click on Options, click on Privacy, click on the Cookies tab and choose your level of privacy.
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Please note that if you control or delete these cookies it may mean that some areas of the site do not work well for you; you may experience slower running times and you may not be able to access all website content.