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• From April, national insurance contributions will be charged at 13.25% on most income up to £50,000 and at 3.25% on income above that, not 13.5% and 2% respectively, as an article stated (NIC rise to hit hardest for people on £30K to £50K, 29 January, p45).

• A review of the Smile, the latest project by Jonny Greenwood and Thom Yorke, misspelled the former’s first name as “Johnny” (Echoes of prog rock in a meandering second gig, 31 January, p16).

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