Media reports say that a bad Brexit deal could double the UK health bill for British expat pensioners. But the statistics appear to be inflated.
Who has the better record on managing the economy: Labour or the Conservatives?
The prime minister has been accused of a ‘manifesto meltdown’ after U-turning on the Dementia Tax. Some of her claims don’t pass the FactCheck test.
Labour has pledged to nationalise Britain’s railways, more than 20 years after the Conservatives sold them off to the private sector. Opinion polls have repeatedly shown strong support for the idea. FactCheck took a look into the details. How would it work? Lots of the infrastructure is already publicly owned by Network Rail, which operates under…
The core school budget may be protected, but student numbers and costs are rising. In real terms, that means schools are facing the biggest funding cuts since the 1990s.
Macron’s French presidency win has been hailed as a victory against the “populist revolution”. FactCheck takes a closer look.
The prime minister dismissed concerns about nurses being pushed into poverty. But her statistics don’t take the rising cost of living into account.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says the veil should be banned, partly because of the ‘age of heightened terror’. But none of the surrounding evidence or expert opinion points towards it posing any significant security concerns.
The Lib Dem leader wants to be judged on his ‘track record’ of LGBT campaigning, not his religious beliefs. FactCheck took a look at his voting history.
An online poll by ITV’s This Morning show has been circulating on social media, showing a massive lead for Jeremy Corbyn. It puts the Labour leader on a staggering 68%, with Theresa May trailing behind at just 19%. It’s been retweeted hundreds of times, with Corbyn supporters saying it shows that Britain is ‘waking up’ and…
Gina Miller, the pro-EU campaigner, has launched the “biggest tactical voting drive ever,” raising nearly £300,000 to support parliamentary candidates from different parties who want to stop “Extreme Brexit”. But could tactical voting really make a difference to the election on 8 June? Is there any chance we could end up with a “progressive alliance” of…