Please sort out the cookie problem on this website

  Clapton is God 10:03 14 Mar 2019

Every 30 seconds the Cookie message keeps popping up - in spite of me having managed my preferences innumerable times this morning.

And each time the message pops up, my preferences have yet again reverted to the default setting.

  LastChip 10:32 14 Mar 2019

Yes, me too.

  Al94 10:53 14 Mar 2019

I'm not seeing it

  Clapton is God 10:56 14 Mar 2019

I'm using Firefox - if that makes any difference.

  john bunyan 11:29 14 Mar 2019

Me too on IE. Pops up also when I close the video ad. Getting very frustrating, whilst understanding the need for revenue

  Belatucadrus 12:07 14 Mar 2019

I was getting it yesterday but so far today, fingers crossed it's OK.

  Forum Editor 15:44 14 Mar 2019

I don't see any cookie message popping up in Chrome, Firefox, or Opera. Sounds as if there was a glitch somewhere that has since been sorted out.

  Forum Editor 18:14 14 Mar 2019

Me and my big mouth....

I am now getting the cookie acceptance banner each time I load a page.

I have passed a note to our development team - I'm sure they will soon sort it out, but not until tomorrow now.

  Al94 18:19 14 Mar 2019

Site working fine for me on Chrome and Edge - no acceptance banner on any page

  Quickbeam 18:43 14 Mar 2019

I get it on chrome on an iphone, but not chrome on W10.

  Belatucadrus 19:43 14 Mar 2019

It's back on Chrome w8.1

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