...and any other matters that take our fancy
The problem is no one reads the "Corrections and Clarifications" page. Once the disinformation is broadcast - its believed. The BBC know this. These "errors" should be read out on the programme where they where first aired. Or better still the BBC should check their "facts" before opening their mouths.
Amazing. We've only been complaining about this for years. The question is, will it enter the BBC training and style guide, or will it be forgotten again until the next lie?
It will be forgotten and "business as usual"