Last updated: 13 January 2021
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Unlike most websites, we do not use not use any personally identifying cookies. This means that we do not store any data, which can be used to identify you – you remain anonymous.
The cookies we use are as follows:
- Google Analytics – anonymous statistics to help us improve our website, services and content
- IP Stack – anonymous redirection to the England or Cymru homepages, to improve the website experience for users in England and Wales
- Stripe – anonymous anti-fraud prevention
- reCAPTCHA – anonymous anti-spam prevention
Control of Cookies
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