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About you - the information you type in
About how you use our site - because we can track this using something called 'cookies'
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To tailor how our site can help you
To fulfil your advertising requirements and deliver what you have asked us for
To treat you more personally
To maintain your records
To send you appropriate marketing communications
For anonymous analysis about how our customers use the site

And, for your peace of mind:

For over 100 years we have been safeguarding customer information
You can stop us sending you marketing communications
You can stop us tracking how you use our site
You can delete or change the information which you have given us

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