UK Speechwriter's cookies policy

UK Speechwriter's cookies policy

UK Speechwriter's cookie policy explained

A cookie is just a small file that asks to be placed on your computer’s hard drive, so that whenever you revisit a website, your hard drive will recognise it. That can make your browsing experience a lot smoother: cookies remember your preferences and help load pages more quickly.

The UK Speechwriter site uses cookies, and we operate an ‘implied consent’ policy – as many websites do. That just means that we assume you’re happy with our use of cookies, as outlined below. If not, you can adjust the settings on your computer to decline any cookies if you wish. All you have to do is activate the ‘reject cookies’ setting on your computer.

This site uses ‘essential’ cookies to ensure you can move around the site freely and access all of our pages, sub-pages and articles.

We also use cookies as part of Google Analytics – this helps us understand how long browsers are spending on our site and helps determine which pages are the most popular and most frequently visited. All of this data is anonymous, but it does help us in refining and improving our site.

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