Accessibility and Usability Statement

One of the major goals of is to provide information online which is accessible to all. We have designed this website to be highly accessible by complying as far as possible with the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, as developed by the World Wide Web Consortium.

Visually impaired users

All information on this site is accessible using screen-readers. In most places on the website, the size of the text can be changed by clicking one of the “A” buttons in the top-right hand corner of the screen. This can also be changed by altering the settings in your browser. A high contrast option is also available in most places on the website.

Users of minority browsers

This site is accessible using most browsers.

Mobile phones and tablets

This site is designed to be accessible using most browsers available on mobile phones and tablets. You can also access a version of the site specifically for mobile phones using the URL

Page edited: 24 June 2014


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