On page 25 of yesterday's Mail, and on their website, was a story about a Macmillan Cancer Support press release that claimed 42% of Britons will suffer with cancer at some point in their life.
The Mail can not resist a cancer story, of course, but didn't get the figures right:
Technically, the article by Sophie Borland is right - 42% is 'more than one in four'. But it's not clear why anyone thought one in four is the same as 42%.
Almost two days after the story first appeared, the Mail website have now corrected the figures to 'four in ten'.
(Hat-tip to Kat Arney)