Accessibility

Our site is designed to be easy-to-use and accessible to anyone.

We have tried to keep to the following principles:

  • clear and simple language that can be easily understood, avoiding the use of jargon and explaining any technical terms;
  • plain page backgrounds to enable the text to be read easily;
  • a colour contrast that enables people with colour blindness to distinguish between different types of content;
  • manageable chunks of information on pages, with the key points summarised in the first paragraph and the use of bullet points to break up the text;
  • headings to structure the text and make it easier to follow;
  • images with descriptive titles and/or additional written detail; and
  • easy-to-follow links that clearly identify the page the link goes to.

Access to our site is permitted on a temporary basis, and we reserve the right to withdraw or amend the service we provide on our site without notice. We will not be liable if for any reason our site is unavailable at any time or for any period.

We cannot guarantee the availability of this site, nor the accuracy and currency of the information provided on the site. We cannot be held responsible for any problems users of this site might encounter or harm they might be caused.

For ways of improving your web browsing experience we recommend the BBC website ‘My Web My Way’. This website explains the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you.