The government’s stated ambition is to stay in, so long as it remains ‘in our interests to do so’.
The claim’s been shared thousands of times on social media – but it’s wrong.
The results are in and Boris Johnson has returned to Downing Street with a comfortable Conservative majority.
The Conservative manifesto pledges extra cash for schools, more police officers and a boost in defence spending. FactCheck takes a look.
The data he refers to reveals that since the Conservatives took office in 2010, statutory homelessness has risen by 36 per cent.
A prominent supporter of Jeremy Corbyn told us some members receive ‘lesser sanctions’ for antisemitism.
The evidence we’ve seen casts doubt on whether the new policy has actually taken effect.
John McDonnell says ‘every source of funding is explained’.
The party expect an extra £50bn in tax revenue from stopping Brexit.
‘There’s absolutely no evidence that I’ve ever seen of any Russian interference in UK democratic processes.’
It fails to account for the tax rises the government has levied on businesses and top earners.
The Prime Minister said Labour would hike corporation tax to the highest rate in Europe.
The party pledge to increase NHS budgets by £26bn by 2023-24.
The PM said ‘There will be no forms, no checks, no barriers of any kind.’
The senior cabinet minister seemed to contradict his own government’s deal.