We respect your online privacy. We think it is important and should be protected. Our site collects general, freely available information about browser types and visits to the website so we can check how we are doing, understand where people come from, and make improvements. Most sites today do that as a matter of course as part of a hosting or analytics package. We do not, however, collect or store any of your personal information.
You control the cookie settings and preferences in your own browser, which lets you block or delete any and all cookies at will, or handle the cookies on a site-by-site basis. It's easy to get the browser to delete all cookies on a regular schedule, for example when you close it, or daily, weekly or monthly, or never. If you just accept all cookies from every site and never delete them, search engines, advertisers and various snoopers gradually build up a scarily complete picture of your online life and interests, so for this reason UK and EU law now require websites to get your consent before they send you their cookies in the first place - it is then your decision to accept or reject those cookies.