Corrections and clarifications

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​• A match report should have credited Danny Welbeck rather than Neal Maupay with a late header that “almost won it for Brighton” against Crystal Palace (Andersen own goal earns draw for Brighton, 15 January, Sport, p10, second edition).

• An article said Chesterfield was the only “entirely fan-owned” football club in the top five divisions. To clarify: a community trust owns most, but not all, of the club’s shares (Fan-owned Chesterfield on rise and taking aim at Chelsea’s millionaires, 8 January, Sport, p4).

• Dr Sam Bunting is a dermatologist, not a consultant dermatologist (Get plucky, 8 January, Saturday magazine, p67).

• Other recently amended articles include:

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New Zealand closes borders to new arrivals over ‘unprecedented’ Omicron risk

Russia and US to meet in Geneva as Ukraine war fears grow

Americans seeking to renounce their citizenship are stuck with it for now

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