Theresa May says the extra cash she’s promised for the NHS comes from a Brexit dividend. FactCheck investigates.
SNP members might be excited to hear that they’ve overtaken the Conservatives, but this doesn’t necessarily mean the party is destined for a landslide.
Mrs May was forced into some embarrassing climb-downs that could come back to haunt her.
The transport minister told Parliament that there was no special deal for the company building the third runway. But FactCheck has seen documents that throw his comments into a new light.
Has the government offered Heathrow a sweetheart deal that rival airports didn’t get? The government won’t let us see the documents we need to say either way.
The Pacific region has seen two high-profile eruptions in recent weeks – but be wary of dramatic headlines about possible catastrophe.
We can’t see how Boris Johnson could get his own plane as Foreign Secretary without greatly increasing the amount the taxpayer spends on his international travel.
The Bank of England has held interest rates and revised down its growth forecast. Helia Ebrahimi talks to Governor Mark Carney.
Cambridge Analytica, the political consultancy at the heart of the Facebook data harvesting scandal revealed by Channel 4 News, have announced that they, along with their parent company, SCL Elections, are ceasing their global operations tonight.
Data from the “Antisemitism Barometer” suggests Labour supporters are less antisemitic than other parties’ supporters. But the same study also found that 83 per cent of British Jews think the Labour is too soft on antisemitism.
Both Labour and the Conservatives have blamed each other for destroying “landing cards” from the Windrush generation. But who’s really responsible? And would they have made made a difference to someone threatened with deportation?
Jeremy Corbyn is calling for a War Powers Act to require the government to get parliamentary approval before military interventions. But would it actually achieve the accountability Labour want?
For the first time in modern history, London’s murder rate is higher than New York’s. At least that’s what was reported last week. But FactCheck has received new figures from the New York Police Department that suggest otherwise. What did the early reports show? The original reports were based on figures seen by the Sunday…
By midnight tonight, every employer with more than 250 staff will have published information on how much men and women in their organisations get paid. Or at least, that’s what the law requires. The firms that have published data so far reveal that 78 per cent pay men more than women, while 13 per cent…
What has Cambridge Analytica actually been accused of? And why should you care?