Accessibility statement

Accessibility statement

We are committed to making sure that you can access and use the services on our website. To find out how we support British Sign Language click here

Web browsers

This website works on the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari. To make full use of the site make sure your browser is the latest version. We are always working to ensure that any new developments are also compatible.

Accessibility and usability

If you are having trouble with accessibility and usability, the BBC has guidance for:

Mobile devices

Most smartphones and tablets have accessibility functions. These are normally found in your 'settings'.  These functions will allow you to change things like your font style, font size, and screen brightness, as well as offering ‘text to speech’ options. Features will be different depending upon the make of your device.

If you have a speech or hearing impairment, you can contact us by Text Phone on 020 8379 4419.

Queries

If you have problems using this site or would like to suggest any changes, complete our feedback formIt would be helpful if you could tell us:

  • the issue you were having
  • the web address of the page you are having trouble with
  • what device you are using to access the site, for example, a phone, a laptop or a tablet
  • which browser you are using