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Corrections & clarifications

On January 13, 2017, an article entitled "Lawyer at Linklaters Top Law Firm" accused a fellow traveler of a 90-minute "stream of abuse" after being asked to turn off their phone during the game, identified Thomas Longstaff in connection with a police request for information about a suspected incident on a train, it was not our intention to suggest criminal misconduct on Mr. Longstaff's behalf and we are pleased to clarify that the police will not be able to respond later We apologize to Mr. Longstaff for the embarrassment that has arisen.

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