Corrections and clarifications

• A cartoon (published in the newspaper on 29 April 2023, and online the day before) about the resignation of the BBC chairman, Richard Sharp, did not meet our editorial standards, and we decided to remove it from our website. The Guardian apologises to Mr Sharp, to the Jewish community and to anyone offended.

• The chief executive of Arts Council England is Darren Henley, not Nicholas Serota, who is the chair (Simon Rattle is right: it’s a political choice to stifle culture, 27 April, Journal, p3). Also, the organisation does not spend “£446m a year”; in 2022-23 the total was £629m.

• An article stated that $6bn equated to £4.8m; the latter figure should have been £4.8bn (Netflix spends $1.5bn a year on British-made productions, 27 April, p27).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Indian study reveals about 3% of drugs ‘substandard’ amid official crackdown

Ed Sheeran sings in court as part of Marvin Gaye copyright case

Richard Sharp has friends everywhere – but ultimately left BBC on his own

Fighting giants: eco-activist Vandana Shiva on her battle against GM multinationals

Ain’t Too Proud review – a Temptations jukebox musical by numbers

German police union boss calls for crackdown on growing climate protests

Bolshoi ballet about Nureyev dropped due to ban on ‘LGBT propaganda’

Oyster stew, sturgeon soup: historic menus from Lincoln’s inaugural to San Quentin prison

Sky News Australia’s Outsiders breached industry code for accuracy on climate science, media watchdog finds

‘How we heal as a nation’: the replanting and return of the forests of Tower Hill

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