The Government has released data to support its claims about migrants and benefits, but the UK Statistics Authority is disappointed about the delay.
The UK Statistics Authority revealed an official confession today of misdeeds from the Department for Work and Pensions.
We've factchecked claims about onshore wind, the Renewables Obligation, energy targets, the cost of energy to consumers, and jobs in the energy industry.
HMRC has refused an FOI request about migration data. We think this is inadequate.
In October we checked the Health Secretary's claim that, "there are 11,000 excess deaths because we do not staff our hospitals properly at weekends." Here's the reply when we asked ...
What does a Tom Hardy film have in common with the Department of Health?
The evidence behind the Prime Minister's claims on EU migrants and benefits needs to be published.
We like the Justice Data Lab's user-friendly health warnings on the statistics it produces.
The Department of Health has revealed it will introduce measures which should mean if a claim can't be quickly substantiated it won't make it into a speech.
A typology of statistical context that includes information and caveats that affect how we might otherwise interpret the figures.
A benefits leaflet published by the Department for Work and Pensions contained 'made up' claimants, which have now been removed.
Recent experiences of how requests under the Freedom of Information Act are handled leave us cold.
We're working on a project to create an open standard for sharing the bits of statistics that aren't numbers: the caveats, context and explanations. Here's why.
The answer to the penultimate question on our Christmas quiz — did you get it right?