Corrections and clarifications

• An article (MPs call for arena ticket levy to save grassroots music venues, 11 May, p25) said that Music Venue Trust had been lobbying for a levy since December 2023. In fact the charity has been campaigning for the music industry to financially support the grassroots sector since 2018, including discussions relating to a levy on tickets. Following the closure of Bath’s Moles venue in December 2023, MVT’s lobbying for a compulsory levy reached a wider audience.

A letter stated: “I grieve the rapid diminution of natural bluebells as the otherwise delightful ransoms spread at an alarming rate …”. This meant to refer to ramsons, a name for wild garlic (11 May, Journal, p7).

• Other recently amended articles include:

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