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Well, it certainly simplifies things if -- I think it's good practice to have it in one place. I regard the leader spread as a very prominent part of the Guardian, and it certainly cuts out a lot of argument. If we just say that that is where we correct -- because otherwise it just gives lawyers more to argue about. So to clarify, it helps if we can just say, "That is where, as a matter of policy, we correct."

We have, on one or two occasions, published -- where we've got things badly wrong and where it was serious, we've published a little front-page teaser to say there's a correction on the readers' column, but as Chris Elliott said, if the -- if there's going to be an industry standard where everybody does it on page 2, I don't have a problem with that either.

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