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Cookies generally allow websites to function properly, and improve your experience of the internet.
Necessary and Functional: These cookies enable our website to function properly.
Performance Cookies: These cookies collect anonymous data about visitors to our website. This data is used to alert us to any problems in the performance of our web site, and to improve the content and quality of our website.
Tracking: These anonymous cookies allow us to run targeted advertising campaigns via the Google Adwords platform. They are used to provide information about our goods and services.
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Google Docs: We may occasionally run competitions using google docs which use a cookie called ‘lbcs’ which makes it possible for Google Docs to open many Docs in one browser.
All of the information provided by the cookies that we use is anonymous; these cookies do not collect personal information about visitors to our website.
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