Regulating cannabis could earn the government £1bn in taxes a year, a new report established by Lib Dem health spokesperson Norman Lamb says. Really?
The justice training deal may be off, and there’s new hope for Karl Andree, the Brit sentenced to lashes in Saudi Arabia. What’s left of Britain’s relationship there?
Shoring up the party faithful, Tim Farron, new Lib Dem leader, promised that “20,000 new members had joined” since May. FactCheck’s been trying to find them.
Labour party policy on issues like Britain’s membership of the EU and nuclear weapons is becoming increasingly hard to pin down.
As the Tories release their election campaign poster, FactCheck goes behind the figures to see whether they add up, and what they’re not telling us.
It’s pricey being young these days. So where’s the damage being done: every dinner time? Beers? Fags? Or rent? FactCheck has done some sums.
As Sayeeda Warsi announces her resignation as Foreign Office minister over the government’s policy on Gaza, FactCheck looks at what that policy might be.
Damian Green, the policing minister, says that fewer prisoners are now absconding from open jails. In the light of the “skull cracker” case, is he right to make his claim?
David Cameron’s been accused of having a “women problem”. Does he? And have this morning’s movements in the cabinet helped?
Iain Duncan Smith has been on the airwaves justifying the welfare cap, claiming he’s stopping Labour’s out-of-control spending. Is he justified?
David Cameron said “money is no object” when it comes to flood relief. How expensive might that end up for the government? And who is going to pay the most? FactCheck does the sums.
It’s the latest round in the battle of the sexes, and Ed Miliband hasn’t held back from throwing a punch at what Labour thinks is the Tories’ weak spot. Is he right?
From the so-called “Blair babes” to opposition cries that one in four of Tory female MPs elected in 2010 is leaving, is the face of Westminster really looking more manly? FactCheck has a look.
David Cameron wants to talk about how well his government has done on affordable housing. Has he hit home this time? FactCheck pores over the numbers.
David Cameron says that fuel poverty only went up under Labour, but having looked at the figures, FactCheck isn’t as convinced. Same goes for his claims on winter fuel payments.