Corrections and clarifications | | The Guardian
An interview with former England rugby union captain Martin Johnson was titled “Johnson wants CPR added to curriculum” (June 17, page 39), and noted the wish of the British Heart Foundation to achieve it. In fact, according to the BHF, CPR is now on the curriculum for secondary schools in England and Wales, and all Scottish local authorities are committed to training the pupils.
We ran an agency article titled Cristiano Ronaldo Snob Wipes Billions From Coca-Cola Market Value (June 16), which said the footballer’s withdrawal of two bottles of Coca-Cola at a press conference Euro 2020 had coincided with a $ 4 billion drop in the company’s share price. In fact, there had already been a decline accounting for most of the decline in the share price before the press conference, and other factors may have contributed to the decline as well. The agency, Australian Associated Press, subsequently withdrew the article from its service, and the Guardian also withdrew the article from publication.
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