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Corrections and clarifications

• An article incorrectly stated that, in 2021, 81% of NHS doctors were recruited from one country on the World Health Organization’s “red list”, which features the countries with the most pressing health workforce challenges. Rather, the country, Nigeria, accounted for 81% of NHS doctors recruited by the NHS from Africa, according to a 2022 survey (Neglect, deflect, scapegoat: that’s the UK’s migration policy, 4 December, Journal, p2 from p1).

• Other recently amended articles include:

‘Rock star of an animal’: Edinburgh zoo’s pandas to return to China

‘It’s weird’: mixed reactions as top secret Chanel show heads to Manchester

Tory plan to cut net legal immigration is more drastic than most MPs expected

Three commercial vessels attacked in Red Sea by Houthi rebels, says US

Sunak’s pledge to cut NHS waiting lists at risk from industrial action, says minister

Never mind returning the Parthenon marbles – Britain wants this lot back!

Film to tell story of Scottish hacker Gary McKinnon’s fight against US extradition

Geoff Davies obituary

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