Theresa May has denied the government is “muddled” about its Brexit plans.
Future Paralympians are getting prosthetics free on the NHS.
Perhaps the simpler explanation is the more likely one: children really are being orphaned in Syria, or left wounded and distressed, and those children are now being wrongly accused of involvement in an elaborate conspiracy.
Another week, another warning that UK taxpayers could be left paying into the EU for years after Brexit.
Cuba has begun a nine-day mourning period after the death of Fidel Castro.
Philip Hammond defended six years of Conservative austerity at his first Autumn Statement. Was he right?
Should we test the teeth of asylum seekers who claim to be children? How many “child” refugees are lying about their age?
We know some disabled people are angry about changes to the benefits system. What are the facts?
Black Lives Matter UK have moved on to protesting about climate change. Is it really a race issue?
Corbyn and Smith supporters have both accused the other side of lying after the first leadership debate. Who’s right?
Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith has been accused of copying Jeremy Corbyn’s policies. What’s the truth of the matter?
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.