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Since May 2012 European Law has required that website owners inform their users about what cookies are being used. The Information Commissioner's office provides a detailed overview of the EU Cookie Law if you would like more information. This is why you should have seen a small pop-up information box when you first visited this website.
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Last revised on 20th November, 2012