When Michael Gove said “we had 10,000 tests yesterday”, he was talking about patients being tested, not healthcare workers
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said “there’s now over 12,000 that we’ve managed to get to”.
The key message is: stay at home to save lives. But there are some exceptions.
The advice caused confusion on social media, with users pointing out that it seemed to be at odds with other guidance from NHS Scotland.
In recent days, there has been promising news about a number of drugs that scientists hope could offer an effective treatment for the worst coronavirus cases.
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The party says there are now 458,000 fewer young people out of work than in 2010.
It’s not clear we can lay the credit or blame for the latest inflation figures at the government’s door.
Social media is full of claims that mainstream outlets have decided not to cover the protests.
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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.