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.
Jeremy Corbyn said people on the NLW could lose out by £5,000 by 2020. But his claims are based on shaky assumptions.
It’s ten years since the financial crisis. How many people have been prosecuted for their part?
We’ve heard a lot in recent weeks about Russia’s alleged involvement in the EU referendum. On Monday, Theresa May said Vladimir Putin’s government was trying to “undermine free societies” and was “planting fake stories” to “sow discord in the West”. Although on Wednesday, the Prime Minister appeared to soften her language. She told parliament: “if…
How does Mr Trump’s performance compare with how Mr Obama was doing a year after his election?
It’s a year since Trump’s election. FactCheck looks at how he’s getting on with the wall, the “Muslim ban”, the “greatest jobs president” and more…
It’s a year since Donald Trump was elected as the 45th president of the United States. FactCheck looks at how the American economy is faring.
The pub chain has launched a “manifesto” for Brexit on half a million beer mats. FactCheck takes a look.
“The truth is that when you look at those who voted to remain, most of them were the better educated people in our country” That’s what the Labour MP for Huddersfield, Barry Sheerman, told a BBC interviewer this week, prompting an angry response from some leave supporters on social media. FactCheck looks at whether he’s…
The number of workless households rose by about 7 per cent under Labour, not 100 per cent as the Prime Minister said today. David Cameron was called out for making the same mistake three years ago.