Frontbenchers from both parties have appeared to contradict their own colleagues on the question of a “confirmatory vote”.
The Labour leader claimed child poverty has risen by half a million since 2010. But it’s only half the story.
Life expectancy in England is not growing at the rate that experts predicted before 2011. What’s going on?
Under EU law, a new member state is required to join the euro – but there is no compulsory timetable.
It’s not true that all EU member states will have to join the euro after 2020.
Theresa May’s Stronger Towns Fund represents a tenth of what councils lost from central government under austerity.
Mrs May is no stranger to dramatic shifts in policy – FactCheck takes a look at the most significant.
Nearly every police forces has investigated, or is investigating, a “grooming gang”, new FactCheck analysis can reveal.
Home ownership rates have increased in recent years, but are still well below where they were 20 years ago.
Labour have been fighting off claims that they are losing huge numbers of members. The last time the party published official membership figures, for December 2017, they said they had a massive 564,000 members. But is that number trustworthy?
MPs will vote on the government’s future tonight.
The majority of Labour voters do not consider themselves working class.
Jeremy Corbyn is in Wakefield to deliver his first major speech on Brexit of 2019. But he’s made some misleading claims along the way.
It’s hard to see how we could get out of paying up – even if there’s no deal.
Theresa May was defending her Brexit plans this morning. But she made a misleading claim in the process.