Corrections and clarifications

• An article said Drax would benefit from the windfall tax’s exclusion of gas-fired assets (Hunt’s windfall tax was much less of a blow than it appeared, 18 November, p39). In fact, the company sold its gas-fired portfolio in 2020.

• Michael Gove accepted £120,000 in donations from property developers while chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, not while housing secretary (No inquiries into 40 possible breaches of ministerial code, 2 December, p11).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Should our savings go towards the help-to-buy loan or overpaying a new mortgage?

Prisons are an overflowing, squalid, absurd waste of money. So why do the public want more of them?

England’s water firms respond to investigation into role of global investors

15 ways that Britain changed under Margaret Thatcher

‘Sweden has a poverty problem’: the social stores offering food at rock-bottom prices

I climbed a mountain in the Lake District – to mark a two-minute silence with strangers

Elton John to perform his last ever UK show at Glastonbury 2023

The Guardian view on NHS strikes: a last resort and a cry of despair

Editorial complaints and correction requests can be sent to:

You can also write to: Readers’ editor, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU, or leave a voicemail on +44 (0) 20 3353 4736.