Cor­rec­tions and clar­i­fi­ca­tions

The Guardian - - LETTERS -

• We in­ad­ver­tently re­ferred to the UK’s com­mu­ni­ca­tions reg­u­la­tor, Of­com, in a re­port about Ofgem, the en­ergy reg­u­la­tor (Of­com ex­tends en­ergy bill cap, but MPs say more needs to be done, 12 Oc­to­ber, page 7). • An ar­ti­cle said that Theresa May had re­cently de­cided to raise the in­come thresh­old that trig­gers grad­u­ate re­pay­ment of stu­dent loans from £21,000 to £24,000. That should have said to £25,000 (Strip for­mer poly­tech­nics of uni­ver­sity sta­tus, says ex-min­is­ter, 11 Oc­to­ber, page 2, early edi­tions). • There was a mis­take in the clue for 6 down in yes­ter­day’s Cryp­tic cross­word: “TV chan­nel with doc­tor that was dropped twice (1-4)”. It called for the an­swer “H-BOMB”; how­ever, two atomic bombs, not hy­dro­gen bombs, were dropped on Ja­pan in 1945 (page 37).

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