The Daily Telegraph has won the Best Science Reporting Prize for Error-regretting:
The Daily Telegraph (U.K.):
Owing to an editing error, our report “Women who dress provocatively more likely to be raped, claim scientists” (June 23) wrongly stated that research presented at the recent BPS conference by Sophia Shaw found that women who drink alcohol are more likely to be raped. In fact, the research found the opposite. We apologise for our error.
Maybe we should have a competition for bad reporting on gender issues that hasn’t yet been corrected and apologised for. Any candidates?
(Thanks for the link, Mr Jender!)