For the record

• An article (Mothers with babies should not be jailed, UK public believes, 25 February, p14) said “there is currently no obligation for judges to consider pregnancy or maternity in sentencing decisions”. There is no direct statutory obligation, but there is a statutory duty for courts to follow the sentencing guidelines, which include such provisions (see letters).

• We said that the Welsh government had “brought in a new payments scheme” in which farmers will have to prove that 10% of their land is woodland and 10% of it is quality habitat for wildlife. In fact, this is a proposal under the sustainable farming scheme that is currently under consultation (Sunak stands with net zero and climate conspiracy group at farming protest, 25 February, p5).

• A match report of the drawn game between Everton and Brighton misnamed the Everton player Amadou Onana as André Onana. The latter plays for Manchester United (Dunk’s late intervention denies Dyche priceless win, 25 February, Sport, p10).

Other recently amended articles include:

Support for clean-air traffic scheme in Fulham plunges Tory MP into row

Is the 100-year old TB vaccine a new weapon against Alzheimer’s?

Gas’s future looks cloudy as demand and prices tumble

US spacecraft on the moon ‘caught a foot’ and tipped on to side, says Nasa

Antarctica sea ice reaches alarming low for third year in a row

‘The bloody Protestants ran BBC in Northern Ireland’ in 60s and 70s, says ex-TV boss

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