Like most websites, this one sets cookies to remind itself where you’ve been. There may also be some Google Analytics thingies which keep track of how many visitors we have.
Cookies are not used for any nefarious porpoises, we don’t grab your details for evil marketing activities, and we don’t pass any information to anyone else.
It seems that due to an EU directive apparently written by people who have no clue how websites work, I’m supposed to tell you all that. The UK Information Commissioner’s guidelines suggest that “implied consent” can be assumed if site visitors are given some indication that cookies are being used. So this should do the job. Probably.
If you’d rather not have any cookies from this site, you can use your browser’s settings to block them. If you’re not sure how to do that, there are numerous guides available on the net, including this one at Attacat.
If you click the green button in the bar at the top of the page, another cookie will be set. That will stop you seeing the silly message again.
 Which include a video hosted at YouTube, which will involve, you guessed it, a cookie…