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Corrections and clarifications

The Guardian logo The Guardian 06/05/2021 Corrections and clarifications column editor

• An article (Greg Abel confirmed as Buffett’s successor, 4 May, page 25) suggested that Bill Gates and others had “entrusted Warren Buffett with dispersing their fortunes”. The near-opposite meaning was intended: specifically that Buffett had made large donations to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

• Anglesey was misspelled as “Anglesea” in an article about a British Museum exhibition (Maybe he fiddled at the wrong time, but was Nero truly bad?, 23 April, page 3).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Fears of a coup in France are exaggerated, but a far-right president is a real possibility

UK sends patrol vessels as 80 French protest boats gather off Jersey

If you like salmon, don’t read this: the art duo exposing a booming £1bn market

‘I’m bursting with fiction’: Alan Moore announces five-volume fantasy epic

Navigating a confusing and complex mental health system: a guide to care

General Jovan Divjak obituary

Labour candidate did not break law by handing out brownies, say police


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