Letters written by Tony Blair for the eyes of the US president only have now been declassified. What do they tell us about the Iraq War?
Should disgruntled Remainers blame Gran? Will Scotland leave the UK? Will London leave the UK, for that matter?
Boris admits he hasn’t read a study he quotes to attack the EU on immigration and wages. But could he have a point anyway?
Does Cyprus really sell EU passports? Yes – but only to the very rich. And so does Britain.
Straight bananas, anyone? A kilo of eggs? The newspapers are still having fun with tales of “barmy” Brussels regulations. Most of them are untrue.
Claims about EU migration are coming thick and fast. Here’s what you need to know…
The Treasury have published another doomy report on the economic effects of Brexit. A sobering read, or a dose of propaganda?
Leave campaigners say Brits who live in EU countries will have the same rights even if the UK pulls out. What do the experts say?
Are Nigeria and Afghanistan really “fantastically corrupt”? Are Britain’s hands clean when it comes to fighting corruption?
Campaigners in the EU referendum debate are saying contradictory things about the effects of Brexit on prices in the shops.
Labour wipeout? Sadiq Khan for Mayor? Ukip surge in Wales? Here’s what the 5 May elections really mean…
Leave campaigners say Britain is sending £350m a week to Brussels as the price of EU membership. Fact or fiction?
The government says families will lose out to the tune of £4,300 if they vote to leave the EU. Is it true?
David Cameron is under fire for holding offshore investments before he became Prime Minister. Was he trying to avoid tax?
The claim “Although rates of drug use and selling are comparable across racial lines, people of color are far more likely to be stopped, searched, arrested, prosecuted, convicted and incarcerated for drug law violations than are whites.” Drug Policy Alliance website An intriguing quote by a former aide to disgraced US President Richard Nixon is…