The Guardian forced to correct botched story warning of Brexit-related farmer suicides

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The Guardian was forced into a grovelling correction to a story warning of Brexit-related suicides amongst farmers after botching official statistics. In an article which claimed farmers were more likely to kill themselves as a result of Brexit-related worries, the paper claimed that “one agricultural worker a week killed themselves.” In fact no category exists […]
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