Whilst rejecting a page title move on en.wikinews, it appears that the rejection of the change failed to undo the actual change itself. From speaking to other editors, it appears that a page move makes a log action, and also a null edit so something appears in the history of the page.
The rejection of the page title move appears to have only undone the null edit, and had precisely zero effect on the actual edit I was intending to reject. This is clearly a bug.
Would someone please be able to look into this and try and make some sense of what the heck is going on, since rejecting a pending change to an article should undo whatever that change was, or the function is perfectly useless.