For optimum accessibility, our website has been built according to the standards set out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We’ve also followed the Web Accessibility Initiative Guidelines, which ensures our site is accessible for people with disabilities.
We also endeavour to conform to the XHTML transitional specifications, and we’ve deliberately created this page without a style sheet so all you will see is text without layout.
Viewing our website
If the layout of our website doesn’t look quite right, your web browser may not support the W3C standards. We suggest upgrading to the latest version of Microsoft Internet Explorer, which you can do here.