Last updated: 31 October 2023

Next review: 31 October 2024

You can use a Subject Processing Objection (SPO) to ask us to stop using your data, under certain circumstances.

If you ask us to stop using your data for marketing purposes, we can’t say no.

When can I object?

You can only object to processing if we use your data for:

  • a task carried out in the public interest
  • the exercise of official authority
  • our legitimate interests
  • scientific or historical research, or statistical purposes or
  • direct marketing purposes

See the right to object page on the ICO website to find out more.