Corrections and clarifications

• A panel that accompanied an article was wrong to list the leasehold reform bill among key pieces of legislation that were dropped after Rishi Sunak announced a July general election. In fact, the leasehold and freehold reform bill, to give it its full title, was passed in the wash-up period before parliament’s dissolution (Missed targets: laws derailed, 24 May, p4).

• Other recently amended articles include:

A kangaroo, a possum and a bushrat walk into a burrow: research finds wombat homes are the supermarkets of the forest

James Laurenson obituary

Children and elderly people tortured at Syria military prison, Paris court told

Electoral laws flouted, opposition politicians arrested – this is what it’s like to stand against Modi’s BJP

The £5 coffee is coming – but should we swallow it?

House price growth in rural areas outstrips towns in Great Britain

Family infected with parasitic worms in US after eating bear meat, CDC says

A Black newspaper in Washington state gets a second life: ‘We can’t let the Black Lens die’

Lord Rosser obituary

Corporate welfare may keep the lights on. But backing Eraring power station will have other costs for the NSW government

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