i Cryptic Crossword Wednesday 13 May

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Correction

An item in last Saturday’s Magazine referred to a concert in Caracas last year conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, which took place on the same day that anti-government protesters were killed by security forces on the streets of the city. We have been asked to point out that the concert was not attended by Venezuelan government dignitaries, including president Nicholas Maduro.

This is not the first time Jeremy Clarkson has courted controversy

Errors and Omissions: Too many facts can give you the wrong picture

Our letters editor takes to task this week's Independent coverage

'Fishermen on the Lagoon, Moonlight' (1840)

Errors and Omissions: An introduction that paints an all too familiar picture

Our letters editor takes to task this week's Independent coverage

Correction

Tuesday’s Conference Diary reported that Donal Blaney had, during a speech at the Conservative Way Forward reception, failed to spot Liam Fox MP in the room and had therefore not welcomed him by name as he had other MPs who were present.  Mr Blaney has informed us that he was not in fact the speaker in question and we are glad to set the record straight. Our apologies for the error.

A long and winding road lies ahead for the SNP' hopes for the referendum and independence in 2016. But does its plans for the keys issues pass the MOT test analogy raised by David Cameron?

Errors and Omissions: Lost on a meandering trail of confusing clauses

Our letters editor takes to task this week's Independent coverage

Queen Elizabeth II attends Derby day at the Investec Derby Festival at Epsom Racecourse on June 7, 2014 in Epsom, England.

Errors and omissions: Who decides what to call an extremist group?

Our chief political commentator takes to task this week's Independent coverage

Alexander Temerko

Alexander Temerko, whose consortium hopes to bring electricity from a French nuclear power station to southern Britain (Independent, 1 Sept), has asked us to reiterate that his proposal is to connect an underground pipeline to the National Grid at Lovedean in Hampshire, 14 miles inland from Portsmouth. The suggestion that he might have to connect further north in Surrey was, Mr Temerko tells us, tabled by National Grid due to lack of capacity on the south coast, and is not therefore “his plan”, as our headline put it.

Errors and Omissions: In thrall to a word that we don’t quite comprehend

Our Letters editor casts his eye over this week's Independent coverage

My shout: John McEnroe has always courted controversy

Errors and Omissions: When does a quote become an ‘outburst’?

Our letters editor takes to task this week's Independent coverage

Mark Lonnie

Contrary to an article of 9 June, we understand that Mark Lonnie was not arrested prior to his caution in 2009 for assaulting a teenage pupil who he believed was about to attack him.

FBI photos depict various appearances of the convicted murderer JoAnne Chesimard

Errors and Omissions: How to make a drama out of a few inaccuracies

Our letters editor takes to task this week's Independent coverage

Dr Penelope Leach

In an article of 15 June (“Fathers round on baby guru Leach over sleepovers”), The Independent on Sunday reported on recommendations in Penelope Leach's new book that children of four and under whose parents are separated should not generally have overnight stays with their fathers.

AKB48 perform during one of their daily concerts at Tokyo’s Akihabara theatre

Errors and Omissions: This awkward construction won’t bring music to the ears

Our chief political commentator takes to task this week's Independent coverage

Mr Timur Kulibaev

An article published on 31 May 2014 (“Piping Hot: How Putin Won China Gas Deal”) referred to  allegations suggesting that Mr Kulibaev, a Kazakhstan businessman, was (1) a member of an organised criminal gang; (2) involved in theft of state property on a large scale and abuse of power; (3) money-laundering; and (4) accepting a US$100m bribe made by Chinese state companies.

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