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We use temporary cookies, containing non-personal data, which remain on your machine whilst you are on our website. We use this type of cookie to provide you with the web services you have requested.
For example, we would be able to see how many people visited our website but we could not personally identify these visitors, as we do not collect any personal information.
This information may be updated from time to time.