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The Guardian admits its 'traingate' story about Jeremy Corbyn was mostly wrong

The Guardian's readers' editor has published a gruelling dissection of the paper's exclusive on Jeremy Corbyn failing to find a seat on a crowded train last month. He concluded that: It contained "flaws." It functioned to "mislead readers." It was written by a "partisan" pro-Labour activist. He called it a "misjudgment" that contained a "significant error." The story had been offered to Buzzfeed first and rejected.
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