We have tried to ensure that this website is accessible to as many people as possible and therefore has been designed and built in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI) guidelines. It includes many features that allow easier access for users with special requirements. To view accessibility guidelines visit www.w3.org/WAI/.
Making this site more accessible
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Here are some related links for the some of the more popular web browsers:
- Accessibility options for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
- Accessibility options for Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
- Accessibility options for Apple Macintosh users
- Accessibility options for Firefox users
Certain documents on this site make use of the Adobe Reader software. You can find more information about its accessibility features from here: access.adobe.com
For additional help and general information on accessing websites we highly recommend that you visit the BBC's Accessibility Help pages. They offer extensive support and guidance on different ways to customise your browser, PC or MAC, and keyboard. It also recommends various software packages which can assist users in accessing a wide range of websites.