Brexit-backing Labour MP Kate Hoey made three claims about the EU and trade. Two of them are wrong.
It’s been reported that six million jobs pay less than the “real” Living Wage.
When he took office in 2010, George Osborne declared that the government’s aim was to eliminate the day-to-day budget deficit by 2015.
Jeremy Corbyn tweeted a graph showing hate crime on the rise. But more reliable data suggests hate crimes have fallen by 40 per cent in ten years.
According to the best data available, a man is 230 times more likely to be raped than to be falsely accused of rape.
“The deficit is down by four-fifths” This is similar to a claim Theresa May made in 2017, when she said that since the Conservatives took office in 2010, “the deficit [had] fallen by three quarters as a share of GDP.” In her speech this week, the Prime Minister wasn’t quite so specific, but we’ll assume…
The Labour leader suggested the government had announced a cut in housing funding.
The Conservatives tweeted about “better pay”. But they didn’t mention that real wages are lower now than in 2010.
We’ve found seven examples of Mr Corbyn voting with the majority of Conservatives and against the majority of Labour MPs.
Is Google News really “suppressing voices of Conservatives”?
The controversy centres on one question: did Jeremy Corbyn lay a wreath on the graves of individuals linked to the Black September terror group?
It seems those who want a ban outnumber those who don’t, but are attitudes softening?
We produce a tiny fraction of insulin supplies in the UK, but the biggest manufacturers say their plans will protect supplies.
From what we’ve seen, the current Conservative party rulebook doesn’t specifically use the term antisemitism at all.
Theresa May asked him to retract his potentially-problematic comments, but Mr Corbyn declined to do so.