Corrections and clarifications

• The Prince of Wales used the phrase “monstrous carbuncle” to describe an earlier proposal to extend the National Gallery, not the £50m Sainsbury wing (Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover obituary, 17 January, Journal, p7).

A month in Ambridge (1 January, p23) speculated that the Archers character Will Grundy “never sounds sexy but maybe is, owing to his role as the village gamekeeper”. In fact he is no longer a gamekeeper.

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