This is unfortunate (and it's rather unhelpful of me to point it out), but how about this from a spokesperson for two dyslexia charities responding to an academic's claim that the condition is/are in effect/affect not real? I know, the mistakes are the BBC reporter's and editor's too:
Once again dyslexia seems to be making the headlines for all the wrong reasons. It is frustrating that the focus should be on whether dyslexia exists or not and claims that it does not is very upsetting to the one in 10 people that it effects.
Effect or affect; its or it's; compliment or complement. There are some spelling and grammar problems that are so common that they shouldn't catch anyone out anymore (accommodation anyone?). There are so many harder ones to adjudicate between: adviser or advisor; judgment or judgement, focuses or focusses etc.