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The Mail on Sunday apologises to PM Pakistan in 1m print editions across UK

LONDON: Britain’s largest circulating newspaper The Mail on Sunday (MoS) published an apology addressing Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in its 1 million print editions as part of the settlement deal to apologise online and in its print edition after the global removal of the false and defamatory article by reporter David Rose.

The printed apology is available at thousands of supermarkets and newsagents across the United Kingdom as per the agreement that the paper’s parent company Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) will first apologise online on Thursday (December 8) and then print the same apology on the following Sunday (December 11).

In its printed apology, The Mail on Sunday stated that all its journalists observe the Editor’s Code of Practice and The Mail is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). “We aim to correct any errors as promptly as possible,” the apology read.

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