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Cookies we use
These cookies relate to the AddThis widget and enable users to share content on social networking sites.
This helps Google Universal Analytics distinguish between unique web users.
This is used by Google Analytics to limit the amount of data recorded on high traffic websites.
This measures user interaction for the analytics tool Hot Jar.
Associated with PCA Predict, these cookies help our website predict a user's address using postcode search.
This helps our Drupal CMS store a user's session data including their login.
This helps our Drupal CMS store session data required for secure page support.
Third-party cookies come from other sites that have ads or images on our website.
di2, dt, loc, uid, uvc, vc
From AddThis, these cookies enable their media sharing widget.
C, cid, uid
From Adform, these cookies track the effectiveness of online advertising.
From Amazon Web Server, this measures website performance.
anj, sess, uuid2 from App Nexus advertising
MR, MUID from Bing and MSN advertising
_BUID from Bizible advertising
These cookies track the effectiveness of online advertising.
_cb, _cb_ls, _chartbeat2
From Chartbeat, this cookie is used to identify and track web users.
id, IDE, test_cookie from Google Doubleclick advertising
lidc from LinkedIn job advertising
These cookies track the effectiveness of our online advertising.
From Microsoft MSN, this identifies and tracks unique users.
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From Mynewsdesk, these cookies enable the media newsroom on this site.
From New Relic, this is used to maintain an anonymous user session by the server.
From OpenX advertising, this is used to track the effectiveness of online advertising.
pa_crosswise_ts, pa_fbx_ts, pa_google_ts, pa_mrin_ts, pa_openx_ts, pa_pubmatic_ts, pa_rubicon_ts, pa_twitter_ts, pa_uid, pa_yahoo_ts from Perfect Audience advertising
KRTBCOOKIE_931, PUBMDCID from Pubmatic advertising
c, rpx, khaos, put_4106, rpb from Rubicon Project advertising
These cookies are used to track the effectiveness of online advertising.
guest_id from Twitter
This cookie is used to identify and track web users.
From Qzzr, these cookies enable embedded quizzes.