It's not clear why the PCC has not published this sooner, given the Mail published the clarification back in March.
It sounds as if the articles carried much the same allegations as those in this groundless Express front page scare story, where money that they claimed was going to 'fanatics who want to kill us' was actually going on children's nursery places.
Here's the complaint:
Ms Farah Ahmed is a trustee of the Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation - a charity which runs Muslim faith schools - and the head teacher of the organisation's Slough-based school.
She complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of the ISF, that articles in the two newspapers - reporting that "members of Hizb ut-Tahrir", a "militant Islamic group" had received over £100,000 of public money to run schools - contained inaccuracies and misled readers.
She said that, in fact, parents of pupils at ISF schools had claimed education grants to which they were entitled, and that the ISF had no links to Hizb ut-Tahrir.
The resolution begins:
The newspapers said that the articles were based on a story published by the Sunday Telegraph.
Once again, the initial reaction is to blame someone else. It can't possibly be the Mail's fault that they didn't check the story out.
But they wrote this anyway:
An article of 26 October 2009 stated that Hizb ut-Tahrir was given £113,000 of public money to run schools.
In fact, the money was given in the form of the nursery education grant, to the Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation; a registered charity which maintains that it is not an extremist group, is independent from any other organisation and has no links with Hizb ut-Tahrir.
We are happy to clarify the situation.
A clarification five months later, and no apology.
The Mail had also claimed a Hizb ut-Tahrir member groomed a suicide bomber, which it apologised for in April. Now it has corrected an incorrect claim about Hizb ut-Tahrir's links to schools.
It seems accurate reporting is less important to the Mail than creating scare stories around Islamic bogeymen.