The Conservatives got 43.6 per cent of all votes cast – but 56 per cent of all the seats in the House of Commons.
The Office for National Statistics says there has been “no change in the level of violence in recent years”.
FactCheck thinks that almost every figure Labour have used is questionable.
The claim “UK government figures make it absolutely clear that Scotland has subsidised the rest of the UK in most of the last 40-year period.” Ian Blackford Ian Blackford, the leader of the Scottish National Party in the House of Commons, has been making the case for Scottish independence ahead of the general election. The…
US negotiators appear to be very interested in issues that could affect drug pricing.
A Conservative source told FactCheck that the target of 50,000 more nurses includes those already targeted in the Long Term Plan.
The Liberal Democrats have been putting out election leaflets that closely resemble real newspapers.
Extending free movement to the rest of the world is not Labour party policy.
There’s a catch: we lost just over 20,000 police officers during austerity.
Labour’s official policy is to support the replacement of the UK’s Trident deterrent. But Jeremy Corbyn is a lifelong supporter of nuclear disarmament.
It would cost the health service £500m a week if British patients had to pay the same price for drugs as people in the US do.
Official Labour policy is to maintain Britain’s commitment to the NATO alliance and to continue to spend at least 2 per cent of GDP on defence.
There has been bad news on foreign investment since these figures were published.
The Chancellor just used his Conservative Party conference speech to announce that the UK could become one of the first major economies to “end low pay”. What does this mean – and what’s the catch? The analysis Sajid Javid’s exact words were: “Over the next five years, we will make the UK one of the…
What has the PM said about Europe over the years?