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Suggested new guidelines for judges, published today, wouldn’t significantly change the rules on when someone stays in prison for life.
A report has said that the proportion of 16 to 19 year olds in England who have “low literacy” is the highest of 23 OECD countries.
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on benefits, housing, oil prices and teachers.
There's been some confusion in media reports of health charity The King's Fund's analysis of survey data about public satisfaction with the NHS.
We look into some of the available evidence on money that's been invested in onshore wind projects.
Former Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson was on Radio 4 Today discussing immigration.
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on cancer patients, NHS performance and refugee children.
There’s evidence of an overall pay gap, but the relationship between qualifications and pay is complicated.
The Foreign Secretary has been reported as saying that less than half of migrants are fleeing Syria.
While debating the Energy Bill, MPs disputed each other’s statistics on how much of the UK’s electricity comes from wind turbines.
There’s no way to know whether net migration would fall by 100,000 if the UK leaves the EU.