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February 28, 2016 | by  | in Opinion |
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Apology

Last week, we published a satirical profile of Sir Neville Jordan. The editors wish to emphasise that Sir Neville Jordan was not interviewed for or involved in this profile. Salient unreservedly apologises for the offence and confusion caused. We see now that this piece was offensive and misguided. Causing damage and offense was not our intention. We see now the error of our ways and sincerely apologise for any harm caused.

Sincere apologies,

Emma & Jayne

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