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That isn't me, Kwarteng tells Mirror over image

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The Mirror newspaper has apologised for a "terrible error" after it mistook another man for Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng in an online story. "That isn't me," tweeted the chancellor. The Mirror said it would "redouble our efforts" against racism.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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That isn't me, Kwarteng tells Mirror over wrong image

The Mirror newspaper apologises after mistaking another man for the chancellor in an online story.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Mirror apologises for using picture of wrong person in Kwasi Kwarteng story

Tabloid says sorry after chancellor tweeted: ‘That isn’t me’ above screenshot of online story

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily Mirror Sorry After Mistaking Man for Chancellor Kwarteng

A UK daily tabloid newspaper apologized after wrongly stating that a picture of a Black man on its website featured Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng, who’s been in the spotlight this week as his plans to cut taxes roiled markets.

2 months ago·United States
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'That isn’t me': Kwasi Kwarteng points out media outlet's image error

CHANCELLOR Kwasi Kwarteng has highlighted an error from one UK media outlet after it posted a photo of a prominent black economist labelled as him.

2 months ago·Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Daily Mirror Sorry After Mistaking Man for Chancellor Kwarteng - BNN Bloomberg

A UK daily tabloid apologized after wrongly stating that the picture of a Bank of America executive on the newspaper’s website was an image of Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng. Both men are Black.

2 months ago·Canada
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Leftist Newspaper Confuses Tory Chancellor with 'Random Black Guy'

The left-wing Mirror is under fire for confusing Kwasi Kwarteng, Britain's first black Chancellor of the Exchequer, with a "random black guy".

2 months ago·United States
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