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Accessibility Statement

This website has been designed to comply with all of the Priority 1 accessibility checkpoints as set down by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initative (WAI). This group has been at the forefront of promoting accessibility for people with disabilities and is accepted as the de facto standard for web development. At the time of launch this site was tested against all the W3C, XHTML, CSS and WAI standards.

This website is compatible with all widely available browsers, and has been optimised for Internet Explorer (version 9 and above), Firefox and Safari (Mac). Due to the diversity of applications on the internet you may however see inconsistencies in the presentation of the pages if you are using older browsers, we would recommend that you upgrade these as soon as possible to enhance your viewing experience.