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Corrections and clarifications

• The estimated daily running costs of Canterbury Cathedral are nearly £30,000, not £20,000 as an article said. This works out as nearly £11m a year, not £7.3m (‘Raves in the naves’, 20 February, p3).

• The town of Ellesmere Port may be beside the Mersey, but it is within the Cheshire West and Chester council area, not Merseyside (Stellantis plan to build electric vans in Luton saves 1,500 jobs, 22 February, p29).

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HSBC shares suffer biggest one-day drop in nearly four years

Local authority leaders criticise Sunak’s call for ‘restrained’ council tax rises

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