The Times, March 15, 2017

This should say ‘uncharted’ not ‘unchartered’, chart meaning map and charter meaning something else entirely. There is a horrible line-break near the end of the section which a cursory reading of a page proof should have picked up. Words of more than one syllable should be broken between syllables. Proof-reading should also have picked up ‘tourist’ instead of ‘tourists’ in the previous sentence.

One question I would like to have seen answered is how a damaged coral reef can be restored for £13.5million. Are the corals to be paid?



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