It’s the tricky Falklands issue. Now the President of Argentina has written to David Cameron about it. Is her letter right, FactCheck asks?
Iain Duncan Smith says we’re spending too much on the benefits bill, which have gone up faster than private sector wages. Is he right? FactCheck takes a look.
Iain Duncan Smith thinks tax credits were a Labour disaster responsible for little short of fraud and abuse. FactCheck wonders where he’s got his figures from.
George Osborne says the richest will pay the most after the Autumn Statement. FactCheck isn’t quite as convinced.
NHS beds are free flowing and not over occupied, the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, claims. Are they? FactCheck investigates.
The PM claims he’s given tax collectors an extra £900m. All well and good, but FactCheck finds he’s actually taken more away.
Chris Grayling says a “rehabilitation revolution” driven by payment by results will cut re-offending. FactCheck digs in.
There are no hard statistics available on outcomes yet, which means we effectively have to take the minister’s word for it.
New businesses boomed faster than ever before last year, says David Cameron. Great news if true – so where’s the evidence?
Dr Liam Fox claims the global economy has doubled in the last 12 years. So why aren’t we holidaying on the moon, FactCheck asks?
David Cameron’s found figures showing housebuilding starts are up since 2009. There’s a reason he chose that year as his starting point, FactCheck discovers.
Once a vocal environmentalist, Tim Yeo MP now thinks we could cover the whole of Surrey with runways and get away with the same carbon footprint. Whether we’d want to is another matter.
Will passenger numbers cut the grade for FirstGroup’s bid for the West Coast line? FactCheck takes a look.
David Cameron says £1bn is being spent on sports in schools. FactCheck’s looked, but we can’t find it.
An “administrative error” leads to the home office advertising for 400 more jobs than they had intended to, on the day of an ongoing row between the unions and the department in which strike action was narrowly averted. FactCheck investigates.