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2. Cookies used on this website
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|Essential Site Cookie: Session
||This cookie is essential for the website to operate and is set as soon as you visit our website. The cookie is part of the Microsoft .NET framework and is stores a unique id so that the website can recognise you for the period of your session.
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||When a user logs into a secure section they are given the option to "Remember me (saves a cookie)". If they select this option the website saves a cookie which enables them to be automatically logged in again within that time period if they leave the website and return within 9 hours of their last activity.
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