Corrections and clarifications

• We quoted the shadow cabinet minister Lisa Nandy as saying, in relation to providing support to the relief agency Unrwa: “So, there’s no urgency to this now.” In fact, she said: “So, there’s new urgency to this now” (Cutting support has left hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in peril – Nandy, 18 April, p13). This error was in our print edition only​.

•​ A letter writer, Paul McGilchrist, described his cultural tastes as “catholic”, not “Catholic” as an editing error made it appear (Can Streeting’s private sector plans save NHS?, 15 April, Journal, p5).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Seven organizations the far right is targeting for diversity efforts post-affirmative action

Sunak accused of launching ‘full-on assault on disabled people’

Chris Whitty urges MPs to ignore lobbying and pass smoking ban bill

England’s Rob Key backs Kookaburra ball for full-time use in county cricket

Crunching worms, squeaking voles, drumming ants: how scientists are learning to eavesdrop on the sounds of soil

‘Not even a pipe dream’: John Akomfrah represents Britain at Venice Biennale

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