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Derby Telegraph gives dog food too long to live

IN yesterday's Derby Telegraph we printed the story of dog behaviourist Colin Tomlinson who has created his own dog food. We would like to clarify that the food can be stored for 12 months, not 12 years as reported. We would like to apologise for any confusion this may have caused. Read More

The Irish Times apologizes to the Birmingham Six

In our edition on Thursday January 20th, 2011 we published remarks concerning John Walker, William Power and Patrick Hill of the Birmingham Six who suffered a notorious miscarriage of justice at the hands of the British judicial system. Insofar as those remarks were capable of a defamatory interpretation we withdraw them in their entirety and we apologise to Mr Walker, … Read More