CORRECTIONS

A story on the IPA's reaction to comments by the Chancellor, Gordon Brown (Campaign, 1 December), wrongly quoted Rupert Howell, the IPA president, as saying that prices were 30 per cent higher in the UK than in Sweden, which had implemented a ban on advertising to children. Howell actually said that prices in the UK were 30 per cent lower.

A story on the IPA's reaction to comments by the Chancellor, Gordon Brown (Campaign, 1 December), wrongly quoted Rupert Howell, the IPA president, as saying that prices were 30 per cent higher in the UK than in Sweden, which had implemented a ban on advertising to children. Howell actually said that prices in the UK were 30 per cent lower.

A letter from Geoff Glendenning (Campaign, 25 November) about the launch of PlayStation 2 erroneously described him as the brand's marketing director. He is, in fact, a former marketing director of Sony PlayStation and currently the managing director of the youth marketing agency Third Planet. Our apologies.



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