From the Daily Mail
A front-page article on 27 May said that Britain spends more on aid as a percentage of national income than any other country in the world. In fact it spends more than any other G8 country as a percentage of GDP and is second in the world behind the US in cash terms.
It was not the Dean of St Paul’s who resigned over the anti-capitalist protest as suggested in the Jan Moir column on Friday. As correctly reported elsewhere in the paper it was Canon Giles Fraser who resigned his role as cathedral chancellor.
A match report in last Thursday’s sports pages suggested midfielder Jack Rodwell had played his first game for Everton after serving a suspension. Rodwell had, in fact, played in the two previous games for his club after having his suspension overturned by the FA.