Cookies are small amounts of text that web sites, like this one, ask your web browser to store for a time, so that the web site can provide the right information in the right format for you. The web site will tell you much, much more about other uses of cookies.

You may also want to know how we treat your privacy.

Cookies are used in the provision of this service, but only to hold details of your current search data and a unique session identifier. None of these cookies contain personal or card information.

Several cookies retain information for a few days to over a year. These are used to:

The other ‘session’ cookies store information strictly necessary during your browser session and are intended to be destroyed when you close your web browser (some browsers, like Firefox, have the capability to restore your previous session, so these cookies are not destroyed immediately):

Revised by Chad Hanna  26 May 2012