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The claim that 100,000 illegal migrants have been stopped at the border is an unofficial projection and is uncertain.
New measures going through Parliament replace existing income indicators of child poverty with ones that focus on worklessness and educational attainment.
Headlines refer to A&E admissions when the statistics they're using measure people visiting A&E, regardless of what kind of treatment they get.
David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn swapped quotes from health and social care leaders during Prime Minister's Questions.
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on employment, hospitals, A&E, and refugees.
Labour claims that record numbers of teachers are quitting the profession, and that more are leaving it than are entering it.
It's been claimed that increasing numbers of pupils with English as an additional language is affecting the performance of their peers.
Sir Stephen Nickell has said that restricting access to benefits wouldn't have much impact on EU immigration, Iain Duncan Smith says it would.
A headline in the Express claimed that an Islamic State hack disrupted university internet services, but the evidence it gave for this is not convincing.
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on trade with the EU, nurses and tuition fees.
The government says closing the Renewables Obligation to onshore wind early will bring benefits of £160 million.
Would air strikes in Syria cost £508,000 each, enough to pay for about 20 teachers or 19 nurses?