Please read carefully. Last updated: August 16th, 2016
What are cookies?
When people use our website we keep track of what they do. This may involve keeping a log of activity on our web servers and, where necessary placing cookies on your computer. A cookie is a small piece of information, like a number or short piece of text, which your browser can store on behalf of a website.
How to delete cookies from your PC
The instructions below are offered as a guide to the most widely used browsers, but the details may be subject to your own browser settings.
Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies, parts of the website will not work.
Internet Explorer 9+
Click the 'Tools' button. Point to 'Safety' and then click 'delete browsing history'. Select the 'cookies' box, then click 'delete'.
Internet Explorer 8
Click 'Safety' on the Command bar. Select 'Delete Browsing History'. Select the option for cookies and click 'Delete'.
Internet Explorer 7
Select Tools, 'delete browsing history', then select 'Delete cookies'.
Click on the 'Tools' menu and select 'Options'. Click the 'Under the bonnet' tab, locate the 'Privacy' section and click the 'Clear browsing data' button. Select 'Delete cookies and other site data' to delete all cookies from the list (alternatively, you can remove all cookies created within a specific time period by selecting the period you want from the dropdown list).
Select 'Tools' then 'Options'. Select 'Privacy' and in the 'Cookies' panel, click on 'Show cookies'. You can then either select a cookie and 'Remove cookie', or select 'Remove All Cookies'.
Choose preferences, select 'Security' then 'Show cookies'. Select the cookies to be deleted from the list and select 'delete'.
The cookies we use and how we use them
Some of the cookies we use are essential for parts of the site to operate and have already been set. You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site will not work.
We want you to know that by using this website, you are agreeing to the use of these cookies. These cookies do not capture or contain any personally identifiable information.
For more information about cookies and their uses visit All About Cookies.