We are committed to protecting visitors to this website’s privacy.
We will only use the information we collect lawfully in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
We will not e-mail visitors unless they contact directly requesting information.
We will not pass visitors’ e-mail addresses or other information to any third party unless the visitor has consented for us to do so.
We will never collect sensitive information about visitors without their explicit consent.
Visitors may change the information we hold about them at any time. Visitors can check the information we hold by e-mailing us and requesting the information.
We store details of visits to the website including which pages visitors have used before the page visited on the website and the access time. We may use these details to calculate how long people have spent on the website and which parts are most popular. We may pass the statistical data to the third parties, advertisers or academic partners. Visitors will not be identifiable from that information.
We may use technology to track the patterns of behaviour of visitors to the site. These can include “cookies” which are small files that are stored on the visitor’s computer which help us to identify those visitors and can make a visit to our website easier. Visitors can normally set the browser preferences on their computer to prevent this from happening.
The cookies used by Google Analytics record which pages visitors go to most, how they find a website and if they receive error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information is anonymous.
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The following websites contain more information about Google Analytics, cookies and how to manage and delete them.
www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html (Google Analytics – Safeguarding your data);
www.ico.gov.uk/ (Information Commissioner’s Office)