Do experts think vapes should be banned completely? FactCheck takes a look.
Why is the government continuing with legal action and could this case set a precedent for the future? FactCheck takes a look.
How much sewage is actually dumped into English rivers and beaches? FactCheck takes a look.
What is the Suella Braverman speeding row about and what could happen next? FactCheck takes a look.
The government has introduced a new “Renters’ Reform” bill as part of what is set to be the biggest shakeup of renters’ rights in England since the 1980s. But what is the bill and what will it mean for renters? FactCheck takes a look.
The UK has been providing Ukraine with military weapons since Russia launched its full-scale attack on the country. But how much money has the UK spent on weapons for Ukraine and what is Zelenskyy asking for?
The Bank of England has raised interest rates for the twelfth time in a row. FactCheck takes a look.
Keir Starmer says his party wants to “move on”’ from its pledge to abolish university tuition fees in England. FactCheck takes a look.
Dominic Raab has quit as deputy prime minister and justice secretary after a report upheld two claims of bullying against him. FactCheck takes a look.
Rishi Sunak said at this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions that “there are 20,000 more police officers”. But is this right and has he broken data rules? FactCheck takes a look.
Why is prime minister Rishi Sunak being investigated by parliament’s standards watchdog? FactCheck takes a look.
Thousands of junior doctors in England are on strike this week over pay. But how much has junior doctors’ pay fallen – and how does it compare to other parts of the health service? FactCheck takes a look.
Former US President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts. But what do the charges mean? FactCheck takes a look.
Angela Rayner said that during a six-month period last year 175 trials for rape and other serious sexual offences had to be dropped “because the victim could no longer cope with the delay”. FactCheck takes a look.
Some teachers in England will take industrial action again after rejecting the latest pay offer. But when will they go on strike and will schools close? FactCheck takes a look.