We are constantly working to make our website as accessible and usable as possible for every user, including those with disabilities.
We have made the content easy to read and find and have written the content in plain English.
If you need to increase the size of the text on the screen your internet browser can do that for you.
Simply hold down the Ctrl button and click the plus sign (+) to increase and the minus sign(-) to decrease.
The BBC have lots of other advice for making the web easier to use (external link).
To make sure that we meet the highest standards of access, we actively test and modify our pages to meet the required government level of accessibility, tested against the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) recommendations as published by the World Wide Web Consortium (external link).
Occasionally, where we have to use external third party applications, those pages may not pass all accessibility checks.
BBC My Web, My Way (external link) - explains the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (external link) - the W3C is the internationally accepted authority on web standards
Adobe Accessibility Resource Center (external link) - accessibility tools for working with PDF files
If you or someone you know is experiencing problems accessing our website, or if you have any comments on its accessibility, please contact us and we will do our very best to help.
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