For the record

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In a cover line and interview in today’s pre-printed Magazine, we said that Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn had quit the show. While she has left the Oppenheim Group, the real estate brokerage around which Selling Sunset revolves, Quinn’s representatives have asked to make clear that she is still part of the show (“ ‘I’m not here because of luck, I’m here because of hustle’ ”, p8).

The film Mad Max: Furiosa is due in 2024 and features Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth, not “in 2023 with Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron” as an article said (“Film inspired by AS Byatt’s genie in a bottle tale revealed as ‘partly true’”, 22 May, p25).

Sir Brian Leveson was referred to as Lord Leveson in an article (“Johnny Depp, Hugh Grant, now Wagatha Christie: the suave barrister to the stars”, 15 May, p40). The now-retired judge was Lord Justice Leveson until his appointment as president of the Queen’s Bench Division in 2013, when he reverted to Sir Brian.

An article about beauty products said that “vitamin C occurs naturally in the body”; this is not the case in humans (“10 of the best”, 22 May, Magazine, p29).

Abba’s single The Day Before You Came did not feature on the group’s 1981 album The Visitors as an article said, although it was later included as a bonus track on reissues of the album (“I want to see Abba ... but it could kill the magic”, 22 May, p38).

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