Change the display options
You can change the way this website displays text on your screen by changing the settings in the 'internet options' panel of your browser.
You can enlarge the text or change the colour of the text or the background to make it easier for you to read.
Note: that these settings will only affect how this website appears. If you want to make all websites you visit appear differently, you can change the settings in your web browser and on your computer. Visit the BBC’s ‘My web, my way’ pages for instructions and advice.
Use the tab key to follow links
Rather than clicking on a link with your mouse, you can use the Tab key on your keyboard to move in order through the links on the page. Each link in turn will be surrounded by a thin line. Press Enter to follow the selected link.
We have provided a site map of the main content of the website. This enables you to gain a quick overview of the content on the website and where it is. Click here to view the site map.
At the top of each page you will find the 'Search the site' option to enable you to search for keywords on the site or any of the attached documents.
Adobe Acrobat PDFs
Throughout the site there are documents and publications to download. Most of the documents are in Adobe PDF format. To view PDF files you need to have Adobe reader which is free to download here.