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?
Some commentators have accused Newsnight of altering a picture of the Labour leader to make him appear close to Russia. FactCheck investigates.
Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in hospital after exposure to what is believed to be a nerve agent. There’s no conclusive evidence yet to tell us who’s responsible. But this isn’t the first time that someone with links to the Kremlin has been attacked on British soil.
In just one article, Ms Coulter has made ten false or contested claims about immigration, mass shootings and gun control. Here they are.
The average UK vice chancellor gets paid six times as much as a lecturer. And there’s no evidence that senior pay is linked to university performance.
Despite what Labour’s claim appears to suggest, this is not a case of the government taking free school meals from a million children who are currently receiving them.
You might remember him as “the man who broke the Bank of England”, but George Soros is also at the centre of dozens of conspiracy theories. Here’s why they don’t stack up.
Jeremy Corbyn is right that police numbers are down by 21,000 since 2010. But his claim that crime is up is based on shaky figures. More reliable data shows crime is actually falling.
Labour have a good record on LGBT rights. But there’s no conclusive evidence for their claim that they did more than any government in history.
Damian Hinds made three claims about schools funding in parliament on Monday. Two of them are wrong, according to independent experts.
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.