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The £220 billion welfare budget includes pension costs, which aren't going to be cut.
The NHS has missed one of its 18 week waiting time targets in 10 of the last 12 months - what's behind worsening performance on this measure?
What would trade between Britain and the EU look like if we left?
We've checked PMQs claims on welfare spending, house building, record wage growth, rapes reported in London and women living in refuge
The UK makes up a 7% share of the world's welfare spending, according to the Chancellor. But it seems to be based on unpublished "internal analysis".
The Ministry of Justice issued corrected figures for prison overcrowding in last week. Unfortunately, these figures were wrong.
Two prisoners occupy a cell intended for one. How many are living in 'crowded accommodation'? Some prisons have been counting only one prisoner.
The EU misspent €7 billion in 2013. Would that have paid for 10 new hospitals?
What impact are increasing pupil numbers having on infant class sizes? Taking into account both lawfully and unlawfully large classes, there are growing numbers with 31 or more pupils.
The OECD have forecast that the UK will be the fastest growing G7 economy in 2015, while the IMF have it in second place.
Last week we wrote about a notification sent to mobile users of a correction from the Guardian news app, which we thought was a correction to an article.
We've checked claims from PMQs on inequality, trade and productivity
With the passing of yesterday's House of Commons vote on the EU Referendum Bill, there's already been disagreement over Labour's position on the proposals.
Daniel Hannan says that Europe has shrunk as a percentage of world GDP. We take a look at the EU's share of world GDP over time.
Jeremy Hunt and Andy Burnham have debated the cause of rising spending on temporary nurses. We check their claims on spending, nurse numbers, and Mid Staffs
At today's Prime Minister's Questions Harriet Harman and David Cameron clashed on housing. We've taken a look at some of their key claims.