Sunday 28 November 1999
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Yellow card Peter Willis, president of the Referees' Association, has asked us to make it clear that he did not make the remark attributed to a spokesman for the RA in the article "Sacked Asian referee fights FA racism" (21 November). The comment was made by an employee of the organisation, which did not make any official statement.
Votes for women Last week New Zealand was described as "the first country to introduce female franchise, in 1893" ("Women fight it out in NZ poll", 21 November). Women in the Isle of Man have been entitled to the vote since 1880.
Wrong paste The Burmese salty paste of dried fermented fish is called balachaung, not ngapi, which is the oily gravy in which Burmese curries are served (192-part guide to the world, Travel, 21 November).
Light bulbs In the Inside supplement it was stated that Edison invented the light bulb ("Past masters", 21 November). In fact, Sir Joseph Wilson Swan developed a primitive light bulb in 1860, 20 years before Edison's.
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