Ian Hunt­ley: Clar­i­fi­ca­tion

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IF we’ve pub­lished any­thing fac­tu­ally in­ac­cu­rate, please con­tact the read­ers’ ed­i­tor by email at StarLet­[email protected]­lystar.co.uk or write to Read­ers’ Ed­i­tor, Daily Star 10 Lower Thames Street, Lon­don EC3R 6EN and, once ver­i­fied, we’ll cor­rect it as soon as pos­si­ble. The Daily Star and Daily Star Sun­day are pub­lished by Ex­press News­pa­pers, a sub­sidiary com­pany of Reach PLC, which is a mem­ber of IPSO, the In­de­pen­dent Press Stan­dards Or­gan­i­sa­tion. We ad­here to the Edi­tors’ Code Of Prac­tice as en­forced by IPSO, which is con­tactable for ad­vice at IPSO Gate House, 1 Far­ring­don Street, EC4M 7LG. Web­site www.ipso.co.uk, Tele­phone: 0300 123 2220, email ad­[email protected] If you have a com­plaint con­cern­ing a po­ten­tial breach of the Code of IN OUR ar­ti­cle “Sick killer Hunt­ley’s wig stunt”, pub­lished on 8 April 2018, we re­ported that pris­oner Ian Hunt­ley had been wear­ing a blonde wig and ask­ing fel­low in­mates to call him Ni­cola.

We also re­ported that Ian Hunt­ley in­tended to join the Trans­gen­der Path­way in or­der to be­come a woman. Ian Hunt­ley would like to make it clear that he does not own a wig, has never asked to be ad­dressed by any name other than his own and that there has never been a plan for him to change his gen­der iden­tity. Prac­tice, we will deal with your com­plaint di­rectly or IPSO can re­fer your com­plaint to us. Please go to www.reach­plc.com/how-to-com­plain where you can view our Com­plaints Pol­icy and Pro­ce­dure. A How To Com­plain pack is also avail­able by writ­ing to the Le­gal and Com­pli­ance Depart­ment,

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