For the record

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A comment piece about the Grenfell Tower inquiry referred to the Building Research Establishment as the British Research Establishment, and to Kingspan as “the company that provided much of the Grenfell insulation”. Kingspan says its K15 product constituted around 5% of the insulation used in the building’s flammable cladding system (Grenfell is still giving up its secrets and they retain the power to shock, 2 May, page 51).

The Coen brothers’ film Inside Llewyn Davis was misnamed Inside Llewllyn Davis when mentioned in a profile of Anna Maxwell Martin (Now the sinister cop we love to hate, next a harried mum who makes us laugh, 2 May, page 38).

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