Let’s take a look at what we know so far.
A senior minister cited the 2013 Finance Act as precedent. But it’s not so simple.
There’s evidence that shorter isolation periods combined with testing could be just as effective as the current regime.
Boris Johnson claimed that Keir Starmer’s assertion today that ‘school is safe’ was ‘the first time in four months that he’s said it’.
The percentage of students getting top grades in fee-paying institutions is up 5 points on last year.
The Education Secretary announced a ‘triple lock’ for pupils in England late last night.
English, Welsh and Northern Irish regulators will use a school’s past performance when deciding students’ grades.
The Commons Speaker is no longer obliged to tell the House of a member’s arrest.
Delaying the election is up to Congress, not the President.
He said the government set up four new test sites ‘shortly’ after 8 June. But Leicester Council say the first new unit didn’t open until 10 days’ later.
The Prime Minister suggested the ‘New Deal’ will pump £34bn into the NHS, but that’s not the case.
The claim has attracted criticism from many commentators.
Alok Sharma said 240,000 people had been tested on Monday.
The scientists did not cite any definitive evidence of this having happened, but experts say it’s worthy of investigation.
The UK government told FactCheck: ‘You do not have to be taking hormones or planning to get surgery’ to qualify for a Gender Recognition Certificate.