Corrections and clarifications

• An article (A gamble on growth, 14 September, p33) referred to the economist John Maynard Keynes arguing that spending on job creation would pay for itself because shorter dole queues would mean higher taxes and a smaller welfare bill. That should have said higher tax receipts, not taxes.

• The actor Irene Papas was born in 1929, not 1926, and was 93 when she died, not 96 as an obituary said (15 September, Journal, p10).

• Other recently amended articles include:

‘Helping the rich’: mini-budget brings fear and anger to PM’s home patch

‘A budget for the 1%’: government accused of huge tax cut for super-wealthy

Families need help with inquests, say relatives of woman who died of dairy allergy

‘A generational talent’: Rihanna to perform Super Bowl half-time show

Rees-Mogg should make his constituency first to be fracked, says Tory MP

Truss could break fracking election pledge to bypass local opposition

Bali 2002 review – Bali bombings mini-series is out of its depth

A church with open doors: the ecstatic power of Pharoah Sanders

The January 6 committee has its sights on Ginni Thomas. She should be worried

Liz Truss halts Dominic Raab’s bill of rights plan

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