For the record

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The headline to an article said that an HS2 protester had accused Thames Valley Police of an unprovoked “racist assault” during an arrest at Wendover in Buckinghamshire. This was incorrect. As the article reported, the campaigner has lodged a complaint of assault (News, 11 October, page 17).

It is the proposed Big Cat Public Safety Act that supporters hope will tackle the tiger-breeding business in the US, not the Big Cat Public Rescue Act, as an article said (“Captured on film: Americans’ deadly love for tigers”, 11 October, page 38).

The Beirut explosion in August involved a stockpile of 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate, not 2,750kg, as an article said owing to an editing error (“The collapse of Lebanon”, 11 October, page 19).

A column referred to a peeling sign in Love Lane, Carlisle; this should have been Long Lane (Notebook, 4 October, page 38).

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