Corrections and clarifications

• Purity was included among London breweries that had fallen into administration. In fact the operation, which as the article said has been acquired by Breal Group, is West Midlands-based (Pint sized profits, 8 April, p31).

• The government estimated last year that additional post-Brexit border checks would add less than 0.2 percentage points to food inflation, not headline inflation, over three years (New border checks ‘will cost UK firms £2bn’, 11 April, p15).

• Other recently amended articles include:

CDC reportedly investigating several cases of illnesses from Botox injections

Dundee deluges and Rangers getting righteous over a soggy Scottish pitch

‘Always in a hurry’: the rapid rise of Simon Harris, Ireland’s ‘TikTok taoiseach’

Deep listening: the haunting sonic world of Cassandra Miller

California sober: what does it mean and is it good for you?

South Sydney slump signals return to bad old days with golden boy missing again

US will require background checks for gun shows and online firearm sales

Thousands of children unsure of gender identity ‘let down by NHS’, report finds

Gardener ‘honoured’ to join gallery of servants at Welsh country house

House sparrow tops Big Garden Birdwatch charts for 21st year in a row

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