In CIE's outrageously overpriced anthology for IGCSE Literature, they have misprinted or revised Spender's 'My parents...', changing 'stripped' to 'tripped', 'another' to 'the other' and 'our world' to 'the world'. They obviously object to polysyndeton as well, and seem to have taken umbrage at the poet's punctuation. I mean - obviously Spender had no idea what he wanted to say, and the board know better. OK, mistakes happen, but when contacted to bluff with 'we are aware that there are other published versions' (such as the one the poet wrote) and that they have 'informed markers not to penalise candidates who refer to these' is outrageous. Who the hell do they think they are? Alternatively, they could have said 'Sorry - bad ****-up on proof reading front, won't happen again, the poem won't appear in the paper'. But no - like an 'alternative truth' they merely deign to acknowledge that there may be 'other' versions. This isn't middle English, or even a Quarto / Folio dispute - it's a blinking 20th century poem, for which they have paid copyright. Last straw from them - their marking is appalling, resources poor, procedures ridiculous, website a disaster. We're going elsewhere for our igcse next year.