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UPDATE – 14/11/2017 – Currently there are no third party cookies used on the site. There is only a first party session cookie that is used to keep the user logged in and this isn’t really a cookie in the full sense of the word. First Party cookies are not subject to the cookie law.
The logged in cookies vary in name based on PHP session variables and expire when the browser is closed (or 20 minutes after the last page was accessed on the site).