Corrections and clarifications

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• An article transposed the ages of two brothers who died in the Birmingham riots 10 years ago (Family still seeking justice for sons hit by car as city burned, 2 August, page 19). Shazad Ali was 31 and Abdul Musavir was 30; Ali’s wife, Khansa, was four months’ pregnant at the time, not three.

• An interview should have said Jessie Cave’s debut novel, Sunset, went straight to No 1 on the bestseller list of the Times, not the Sunday Times (‘I don’t have any secrets’, 2 August, G2, page 6).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Mondo Duplantis fails to break world record but strolls to pole-vault gold

High court victory for Stonehenge campaigners as tunnel is ruled unlawful

Melbourne barrister takes umbrage after someone says ‘fuckwit’ during online court case

Barnardo’s blogpost on white privilege did not breach charity laws

Away from it all: island hopping around Finland’s Turku archipelago

Scottish forests could save red squirrel from extinction

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