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The impact of the early closure of the Renewables Obligation to onshore wind on public finances.
Research has found that people leaving teaching roles in state schools are leaving for on average lower paid jobs. It didn't look at why this was.
The government's best estimate is that the early closure will cut the average household's electricity bill by 30p, but there's some uncertainty about this.
Childhood obesity affects 25% of year 6 pupils attending schools in the most deprived tenth of areas, and 13% at the least deprived tenth.
Don't be fooled by a Facebook post doing the rounds - it suggests that the Sun has printed a "retraction" of a front page story, which hasn't happened.
The High Court has ruled that Northern Ireland's law on abortion is a breach of human rights, but has no power to directly overrule it.
An ITV poll has been cited on social media as evidence that the public opposes air strikes against Islamic State in Syria. Professional polls say otherwise.
The Chancellor aimed to bring the UK back into surplus by 2015, not technically the same as a promise. Deficit reduction didn't go to plan.
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on renewable energy, domestic violence, Libya, and neighbourhood policing.
The Education Secretary has claimed that 120,000 more six year olds are on track to become confident readers as a result of the focus on phonics.
The Sun states that nearly one in five British Muslims sympathise with people who leave the UK to fight for IS in Syria. This isn't correct.
The government wants to close the Renewables Obligation to onshore wind a year early. How much capacity would miss out on its proposed grace period?
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on police numbers, public opinion on airstrikes in Syria, doctors contracts and the budget deficit.