At the Birmingham Post, we pride ourselves in journalism that is honest, accurate and fair.
We do our best to correct errors or publish clarifications as soon as possible.
Our journalists adhere to the Editors Code of Practice, which sets the benchmark for high professional standards and is enforced by the Press Complaints Commission*. From today, any corrections or clarifications will be published on Page 2 so we can offer a more prominent platform for setting the record straight.
If we do slip up, we promise to put things right on this page in a clear, no-nonsense manner.
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Write to: The Editor, Birmingham Post, Floor 6, Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway, Birmingham B24 9FF.
*The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) is the independent body which governs the newspaper industry. The Code of Practice and details of how to lodge a complaint are available from Halton House, 20/23 High Holborn, EC1N 2JD. Website www.pcc.org.uk or email@example.com.
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Stacey Barnfield is the Editor of the Birmingham Post. He joined the Post in March 2013 after four years as executive editor on the sister title the Birmingham Mail.