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• The text and headline of an article (Nazir Ahmed, former peer, found guilty of three sexual offences, 6 January, p22) said Lord Ahmed was no longer a peer. He is not a Labour peer any more, having resigned from the party in 2013, but remains a life peer despite retiring from the House of Lords in 2020.

• Ken Loach has spent most of his life in the Labour party, but is not a “lifelong member” as we said due to an editing error (‘Honesty and decency are non-negotiable’, 19 January, G2, p6).

• Other recently amended articles include:

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