Cookies and ‘similar technologies’
A cookie is a small file that’s downloaded on to your computer, tablet or smartphone (device) when you visit a tool. The cookies we set on this tool are called ‘first party’ cookies.
You can delete cookies, but how you do it is different from device to device. Check your browser settings to see how to delete them from yours. If you change your cookie preferences and decline some, this won't delete those cookies from your device, but will mean they are inactive.
To manage your cookie preferences view Cookies Settings. If you would prefer that we didn't collect this information, please select the option to turn off cookies that measue in cookie settings.
A cookie is a small piece of data (text file) that the tool – when visited by a user – asks your browser to store on your device in order to remember information about you, such as your language preference or login information. Those cookies are set by us and called first-party cookies.
These cookies make sure this website works properly and that it’s secure. We can’t turn them off, but you can block them in your browser settings, which will cause parts of this website not to work.
If you agree, we will collect information from your device to tell us how you use this tool, so we can understand how you use it, what is working and how we can improve its performance. For example, it might show us if visitors are giving up at a certain step when navigating through the tool, which helps us understand where we can make things better. To collect this information we use Google Analytics, however the configuration that we use does not place cookies on your device.