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Accessibility

We aim to make this website accessible to everyone. If you have any questions about accessibility, or suggestions for how we could make our website more accessible, please contact us.

Automatically updating pages

Some pages on this website contain content which refreshes without the page reloading. This could cause problems for screen reader users.

If you would like to disable this feature choose 'No automatic page updates' below and press the 'Save preference' button.

NB You will need Javascript enabled to set this preference. If you do not have Javascript enabled then no pages on this website will automatically refresh.



Access keys

Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that have been added as a way of navigating to common website links and page features. This website has the following access keys:

1 – home

2 – site map

3 – search

9 – contact us

0 – provide a list of all access keys

[ – skip links to jump to start of body content

Depending on the browser you are using, you will need to press a different combination of keys to use these shortcuts.

Firefox 1.5: Windows

Press both the ALT key and the access key at the same time. For example, pressing ALT + 2 will take you to the site map.

Firefox 1.5: Macintosh

Press both the Control key and the access key at the same time. For example, pressing CTRL + 3 will take you to the search page.

Firefox 2+: Windows

Press the ALT key, the Shift key and the access key at the same time. For example, pressing ALT + Shift + 2 will take you to the site map.

Firefox 2.0: Macintosh

Press the Control key, the Shift key and the access key at the same time. For example, pressing CTRL + Shift +3 will take you to the search page.

Internet Explorer 6 and 7: Windows

Press the ALT key and the access key at the same time, release both keys, and press Enter. For example, pressing ALT + 9, releasing, then pressing Enter will take you to the contact us page.

Internet Explorer 6 and 7: Macintosh

Press the Control key and the access key at the same time, release both keys, and press Enter. For example, pressing CTRL + 2, releasing, then pressing Enter will take you to the site map.

Font re-sizing

There are common keyboard shortcuts that can make text bigger within your browser.

Internet Explorer

1. Open the View menu by pressing ALT + V.

2. Select Text Size by pressing X.

3. In the Text Size list, move to the text size option you want by pressing the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW key.

4. Press ENTER.

Mozilla Firefox

Increase font size by pressing CTRL +

Reduce font size by pressing CTRL –

Browser support for accessibility

Find out more about the accessibility features in your browser:

Firefox accessibility features

Internet Explorer accessibility features