Corrections and clarifications

• Author Isabel Colegate was born in Paddington, London, not Lincolnshire as her obituary said (18 March, Journal, p6).

• It was Liverpool Corporation that was behind the flooding of the village Capel Celyn in 1965 to provide water for the city, rather than a privatised water company (Plan to divert Welsh water to London reopens old wounds, 18 March, p30).

• The nearest railway station to Bishop Auckland is in the town itself, not Durham (Six great British art breaks away from the crowds, 18 March, Saturday magazine, p74).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Sir Christopher Meyer obituary

Bathing water status rarely granted in England, analysis finds

Croydon and Thurrock councils put into special measures

Nigerian politician, wife, and a doctor guilty of organ trafficking to UK

Thom Bell obituary

Good riddance to the work capability assessment, the cruellest social policy of modern times

Plant or plastic? How to decode vegan leather alternatives

Beethoven’s bad liver may not have been solely down to alcohol, say experts

The Night Agent review – this twisty political thriller is slicker than slick

Mary Rayner obituary

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