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Immigration minister Robert Jenrick claimed at times up to 20% of adult men arriving at an asylum processing centre in Dover claim to be under 18.
The Home Office said this was based on unpublished provisional administrative data. The Office for Statistics Regulation has written to the Home Office raising concerns about its use of unpublished data.Where's the data?
Labour MP Karl Turner is the latest public figure to claim £37 billion was spent on the NHS ‘Track and Trace’ app.
This was the total budget for Test and Trace, with the actual spend expected to end up at around £29 billion. Around £35 million was spent on the app itself in 2020/21.MP corrects false claim
The British Heart Foundation claimed disruption to care during the pandemic had led to over 30,000 excess deaths involving heart disease.
This figure cannot be solely attributed to disruption in care. Almost 21,000 people suffering from heart disease died with Covid-19 listed as the underlying cause in this period.Covid significant factor behind many heart disease deaths
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