Corrections and clarifications

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• Queen Mathilde of Belgium has a master’s degree in psychology, but does not hold a professorship as we said in an interview with Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska (Target No2, 18 June, Saturday magazine, p16). And though 10 first ladies participated in the 2021 “Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen” organised by Zelenska, not all made the trip to Kyiv as we said.

• US presidential elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of every fourth November, not the first Thursday of every fourth November as we said (Wiped out by the polls, 25 June, What’s On, p2). Also, the latest possible date for the next UK general election under current legislation is 24 January 2025, not 2 May 2024.

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