Corrections and clarifications

Corrections and clarifications column editor

• A report (Police ‘failing to tackle’ slave trafficking on cannabis farms, 25 March, page 12) said that there had been 542 people from Vietnam registered as victims of trafficking in the UK. To clarify: that is the number registered in 2015-16.

• One of the pictures of the week included in last Saturday’s Eyewitness centre spread was captioned as being of an Arabian oryx at a sanctuary in the United Arab Emirates. The picture was actually of a gazelle; it was one of a number of photos taken at a sanctuary where the endangered Arabian oryx has been reintroduced.

• A feature about a musical road trip through America’s deep south (Drove my Chevy to the levee, 25 March, page 38, Weekend) included a photograph captioned as being of bluesmen Robert Johnson and Johnny Shines. A reader reminds us that the authenticity of the photograph is a matter of dispute: we reported in 2015 that many blues scholars and historians have contested the claim of the Johnson estate, which released the picture in 2013, that it shows the musician.

• Other recently corrected articles include:

Don’t blackmail us over security, EU warns May

Agencies join forces to tackle young people’s harmful sexual behaviour

Rotten Tomatoes: is the semi-fresh aggregation site really destroying cinema?

‘Only donkeys don’t change’: Serbian PM says he’s ready to be president