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For the record

A comment piece said that “a majority” of Northern Ireland’s people had voted for a republican first minister. Sinn Féin is the biggest party in the Stormont assembly but, as the article went on to make clear, it won the election with 29% of the vote (For once, Yeats’s words seem right as the results emerge: ‘All changed, changed utterly’, 8 May, p47).

As students of Italian will have spotted, the headline for the holiday feature in last week’s magazine (Vacanze Italiani, p41) should have read “Vacanze italiane”, observing the feminine plural.

Other recently amended articles include:

Car breakdowns: drivers switched between trucks in hours-long ordeals

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Write to the Readers’ Editor, the Observer, York Way, London N1 9GU, email observer.readers@observer.co.uk, tel 020 3353 4736

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