If they have corrected these errors without first acknowledging the factual error, they are in breach of the Press Complaints Commission Code of Practice and can be complained about.
The main offenders can be caught via Google-cached versions of the stories, or even the summaries shown in Google search results.
Here's a couple from the Telegraph to be getting on with:
And the BBC who has removed the train times from the article that once proudly announced that the alleged bombers caught the 0748 train which couldn't have got them to King's Cross in time to board the bombed trains:Telegraph | News | Police appeal for bus bomber information
The four bombers had travelled together on the 7.40am train from Luton to King's ... The fifth man police are hunting is thought to be the bomb-maker or the ...
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the four bombers had travelled together on the 7.40am train from Luton to King's ... the fifth man Police are hunting is thought to be the bomb-maker or the ...
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The Times is guilty too. Here's another Google search snippet which refers to the 0740 train that did not run on the morning 7 July:BBC NEWS | England | Police search two 'bombers' cars
Passengers on the 0748 Thameslink from Luton to Kings Cross. Commuters travel on the bombers' train route. Haji Abid, himself a Muslim, said: "I'm sad and ...
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The above story links to the now edited version of the story entitled, Jamaican-born Briton named as 'fourth bomber' from The Times, July 15, 2005. The edited article, with the train time reference removed, is here: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0, ... 16,00.htmlLondon bombs terror attack The Times and Sunday Times Times Online
... the day before the bombings and may have stayed with Germaine for the night before taking the 7.40am Thameslink service from Luton to King's Cross. ...
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