What do we know about EU migrants living in the UK?
The cost of holidays and your weekly shop have gone up. But is it all doom and gloom? FactCheck investigates.
This is Theresa May’s first Queen’s Speech as Prime Minister. Reports say that senior Tories expect it to be her last. But could the Speech itself bring Mrs May down? FactCheck investigates.
361 days ago, Britain went to the ballot box to decide whether we should be the first member state to leave the European Union. 52 per cent of those that turned up chose to leave. Today is the first official day of divorce proceedings, after 44 years of rocky marriage. And like any break-up, it’ll…
We’ve updated this article since it was originally published on 16 June 2017. We’re grateful for input from Giles Peaker, who is a solicitor specialising in housing law. Housing safety standards have come into sharp focus since last week’s devastating fire in west London that left at least 79 people dead or presumed dead, and…
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour is poised to take office imminently. But could he make it to Number 10 without another election? FactCheck investigates.
It’s a cliché that rain on polling day is bad for left-wing parties. But does the evidence stack up? FactCheck investigates.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Theresa May of “protecting the public on the cheap”. We’ve taken a look at how many police officers have been cut under the Tory government since 2010.
The Tories have come under fire after announcing reforms to social care policy in their manifesto last month. But amid the media furore, you might have missed the detail of the policy and the subsequent u-turn. What could it mean for you?
Paul Nuttall seems to suggest that wearing the face veil is the reason for 58 per cent of Muslim women being economically inactive. That doesn’t make sense.
Jeremy Corbyn was unable to put a figure on how much his party’s proposal to offer 30 hours of childcare a week for all two-year-olds would cost. In an interview for Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour this morning, the Labour leader was repeatedly asked to explain how much public money would be needed to fund the…
Up to 5,000 troops could be deployed to British streets this week following the Manchester attack. Are Tory cuts to police budgets since 2010 the reason we now rely on the army? FactCheck investigates.
Theresa May announced on Tuesday that the UK’s terror threat level has now risen to critical, following the attack on a Manchester music concert in which 22 people are now known to have died. Since then, nearly a thousand troops have been deployed to UK streets and high-profile public areas, including outside Buckingham Palace and…
Theresa May took to Facebook at the weekend to declare she was just six seats away from losing to Jeremy Corbyn. You might think that this is an incredible reversal of fortunes for the party that’s consistently held a double-digit lead in the polls since the election was called. But as FactCheck discovers, things are not quite as they seem.
Behind the rhetoric, is there any real difference in what the three parties offer voters?