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This website uses the following UK Government standard access keys:
- Access key s - skip to content
- Access key 1 - home page
- Access key 3 - site map
- Access key 8 - terms and conditions
- Access key 0 - accessibility statement
This website allows you to resize text in the main content area of the page. This can be done using the settings in your browser.
All pages on this site conform to the following standards where possible:
- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Double A. All pages on the site have been reviewed and comply with all priority 2 guidelines to the best of our knowledge.
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional. All pages on the site have been validated against the XHTML 1.0 Recommendation.
- CSS. All style sheets have been validated using the W3C CSS Validation Service
This site can be navigated in several ways:
- A navigation bar has been provided on the left hand side.
- A site map has been provided, which can be found from the footer on every page.