Let’s take a look at what we know.
Here’s how they stack up.
Government guidance says ‘only absolutely necessary participants should physically attend meetings’.
Ministers were told in March that they should publish contract details within 30 days of awarding them.
The PM’s comments appear to be at odds with SAGE advice from September.
The former party leader said just 0.3 per cent of members had a case against them.
The government is facing pressure to change course – including from some Conservative MPs.
Government rules contain exemptions for parents who don’t live with their children.
Nadine Dorries claimed ‘there is no such thing as herd immunity’.
The government didn’t offer us any evidence that it lifted 200,000 people out of absolute poverty.
There are no easy answers.
Boris Johnson says UK manufacturers are due to meet 70 per cent of demand in December.
We think Sir Keir’s comments omitted a key piece of context.
No official body publishes figures on the number of people who are tested each day.
Let’s take a look at what we know so far.