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The InContext website uses cookies to improve your experience while visiting. In accordance with EU regulations we are required to make you aware of the ways in which this website uses cookies.

The cookies used by this website are small files saved to your computer that track, save and store anonymous information about your interactions and usage of the website. This allows the website to provide you with a tailored browsing experience. This website also uses tracking software to monitor visitor activity to it, so that we may better understand how the site is used. This software is provided by Google Analytics which uses cookies to track visitor usage. The software will save a cookie to your computer in order to track and monitor your use of this website but will not store, save or collect any personal information. You can read Google’s privacy policy for further information. Finally, we have not implemented any internet advertising facilities on this website, and therefore no advertising tracking cookies will be placed on your computer from us. Typically, advert tracking cookies are used to send targetted advertising to your web browser based on websites you have visited. It is this type of cookie that the EU regulations are designed to inhibit, unless the website visitor explicitly agrees to accept them. As we do not use that type of cookie, we are not required to seek your acceptance for the placement of cookies. Please be assured that the ones we do place are completely anonymous and harmless. If you have any queries on this matter, please don't hesitate to contact us.