Corrections and clarifications

• Robbie Wilson is an instructor at Bisley Sporting Group, not the owner of the company as an article on clay pigeon shooting said. And a 20-gauge shotgun is lighter than a 12-gauge, not the other way round (‘I’m a townie dressed as Rupert Bear’, 18 October, G2, page 2).

• A review of The Tragedy of Macbeth referred to “Shakespeare’s tragedy of … vaunting ambition”; the intended reference was to “vaulting ambition” (15 October, page 16).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Malcolm Turnbull on Murdoch, lies and the climate crisis: ‘The same forces that enabled Trump are at work in Australia’

Offa’s Dyke Path at 50: an ancient earthwork still shrouded in mystery

Spies, lies and doublethink: Lea Ypi on growing up in Europe’s last communist state

Fears global energy crisis could lead to famine in vulnerable countries

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