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.
On closer inspection, the relationship isn’t so clear.
What we know so far about the effects of the crisis on unemployment.
Experts from the unofficial ‘Independent Sage’ group say 1 June is too early.
Schools in England are expected to open their doors to some year groups from 1 June.
The science isn’t settled, but here’s what we know.
These stats tell us about the effect of ‘both the virus and the measures taken against it’.
Leading experts think it’s soon to say whether the UK has been hit the hardest.
Here’s what two new reports tell us – and what we still don’t know.
We may be carrying out more tests than South Korea, but experts say our testing needs are very different.