New research shows there was no ‘youthquake’ at the 2017 election. But how did so many analysts get it wrong? And where did Labour get their extra votes from?
Could Theresa May be on her way out of Number 10? FactCheck takes a look at what could happen next.
It can be hard to keep up with what Labour frontbenchers are saying about Brexit. FactCheck takes a look.
Does the NHS really have more beds, more doctors and more flu vaccines available than ever before? FactCheck takes a look.
The NHS is in crisis. But are regions with large migrant populations suffering more? FactCheck takes a look.
Jeremy Hunt said that A&E departments are treating more people in under four hours than they were seven years ago. But he didn’t mention that the number of people waiting more than four hours has gone up too – by 600 per cent.
Despite the to-ing and fro-ing, there’s not much of interest in today’s Brexit papers. Here’s what you should read instead.
The Russian Embassy put forward some stats in response to the former foreign secretary. But we’re not convinced their argument is as strong as it appears.
The number of rough sleepers recorded in England has more than doubled since 2010. FactCheck takes a look.
Leave.EU have made one claim that’s misleading, and another claim that’s simply wrong. FactCheck takes a look.
The statistics on sexual assaults in Ubers and taxis aren’t as clear-cut as they first appear. FactCheck investigates.
What happens to the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland is proving to be a major challenge in the Brexit negotiations. FactCheck takes a look.
Would Labour’s plans to add to the national debt pay for themselves? FactCheck takes a look.
The Conservatives can’t explain how they’ve calculated the claim that the economy has grown 15.8 per cent since 2010. FactCheck investigates.
Philip Hammond has abolished stamp duty for many first-time buyers. But the giveaway isn’t as generous as it first appears.