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When we record and use your personal information we:
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- only share what is necessary and relevant
- don’t sell it to commercial organisations
We need to record information about you to help with your enquiry. We have a legitimate interest to do this. Please let us know if you’d like more information about how we’ll use your data.
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- give you advice
- help us gather data to improve our service
- support our research in a way that you can’t be identified
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- Health conditions
- Sexual orientation
- Trade Union membership
We want to make sure our service meets your needs. To help us understand how we’re doing and to improve our service, we may want to contact you at a later date to ask for your feedback. Sometimes we need a trusted research organisation to help us do that.
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