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We rarely get complaints. I haven't had any complaints during my time as editor on the magazine. The odd times that we have in the past, we've used our Seven Days page, which is a very sort of bullety newsy page, it's about a third of the way through the magazine and we use that as our spot to print any apology. But they rarely happen. And I've seen the discussion about readers' editors. We actually don't get that many readers' letters. When we do, Ruth and I respond to them. They're generally quite nice, positive letters about the magazine.

I suppose the other way we get feedback is maybe to our website at times or on Twitter, I often have a dialogue with readers about articles that they've liked, but it tends to be positive. I guess, yeah, that being the nature of the magazine.

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