Corrections and clarifications

• The chef of the Sindhu restaurant in Marlow is Atul Kochhar, not Kocher as we had it in a travel feature (Take me to the river, 28 August, page 50).

• A feature used a previous subtitle when it named a book as The Dawn of Language: Axes, Lies, Midwifery and How We Came to Talk. The subtitle is simply How We Came to Talk, and the book was translated by Frank Perry (Passing the ‘chimp test’, 28 August, Review, page 24).

• Other recently amended articles include:

MP proposes law to stop employers hiding behind gagging orders

How to make air conditioning less of an environmental nightmare

Madison Cawthorn: behold the rotten fruit of extreme Republican gerrymandering

Boris Johnson’s mother, Charlotte Johnson Wahl, dies at 79

I fear for the safety of my investments after NS&I blunder

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Utrecht looks at paying for descendants of enslaved people to change names

‘Novel of the moment’: Sally Rooney’s third book hits the shelves

Spice Girls: How Girl Power Changed Britain review – fabulous and intimate

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