Corrections and clarifications

• A graphic accompanying an article showed North Korea as having 501 nuclear warheads in January 2024; we meant 50 (Global spending on nuclear weapons ‘rose by 13% to record $91bn in 2023’, 17 June, p2).

• The painting titled The House of Commons 1793-94, which we used to accompany a comment piece, is by Karl Anton Hickel not “Karl Nickol” (There are better ways of doing democracy – we aren’t there yet, 6 June, Journal, p3).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Why government debt is not like household borrowing

Katie Boulter win over Magdalena Frech ensures British finalist at Nottingham

Colorado was built on stolen tribal land worth $1.7tn, report finds

Italy denies removing LGBTQ and abortion references from G7 declaration

Show of strength: NRL suburban ground funding a flex of new political might

Laughter lessons: a comedy watchlist for Pope Francis

Paddle under the Pennines: longest and deepest UK canal tunnel opens for canoe trips

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