To determine whether users are logged in to our site - preventing users from having to re-enter details for every page they load and enabling members to view member-only areas of the site
Remembering items placed in the shopping basket of our online shop and ensuring the check-out facility for online payments works effectively
Enabling logged-in users to post comments, content on our blogs and message boards
We use Google Analytics tracking code on our website. This enable us to (anonymously) monitor the number of visitors to our site as well as the volume and patterns of usage. This enables us to improve our website to ensure it runs as effectively as possible, and to identify areas for development
Collect any personal and identifiable information (without your expressed permission)
Pass data to advertising networks
Pass date to third parties
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