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New York Times regrets the error: British people freed from Covid-19 lockdown did not flock to swamps in the heatwave

Anorak Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
The New York Times regrets the error. The paper has issued a correction to an article in which it stated that when released from Covid-19 induced lockdown, albeit partially, the British flocked to swamps.

They did, of course, flock to Bournemouth – which they left in a condition many swamps enthusiasts would consider unfit for human habitation.

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