Ministers have faced questions this week about why they didn’t lockdown earlier at key points in the pandemic.
There are good reasons to think the claims are incorrect.
There’s a lot we still don’t know.
Was that ever the Labour leader’s position?
It’s not clear whether the Covid Winter Grant Scheme is intended to replace free school meals.
Pupils and staff in England can avoid self-isolating after contact with a covid case if they take seven daily tests.
With two coronavirus vaccines now available in the UK, FactCheck readers have started to ask: is it possible to get the first dose from one manufacturer and the second from another? And is it safe?
SAGE papers suggest around half of positive cases are missed when the tests are done by non-experts.
Shaun Bailey says Sadiq Khan wants to raise mayoral council tax by 21 per cent.
Sir Keir claimed: ‘The Prime Minister said he had a deal. He didn’t.’
£34bn for the NHS and 40 new hospitals? There’s more to these claims than meets the eye.
In fact, the UK regulator used EU law to authorise the jab.
Official analysis published last night doesn’t shed any light.
The figure doesn’t relate specifically to the cost of the tiered system.
Let’s take a look at what we know.