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It’s been claimed on social media that Danish footballer Christian Eriksen received the Covid-19 vaccine shortly before collapsing on the pitch during a Euro 2020 match
This is not true. Mr Eriksen did indeed collapse on the pitch on 12 June, after suffering a cardiac arrest. However, the head of his club team, Inter Milan, has said the footballer has never had Covid-19 or the vaccine.Get the full story
Last week, Conservative MP Richard Holden claimed that the Labour party leaves government with unemployment higher than when it came in
Only two of Labour’s periods in government are covered by the most recent, comparable figures. However, looking at other less reliable data which covers the period, this is not quite true.Parties' records on unemployment
In response to a protest outside Parliament, the Metropolitan Police tweeted to tell protesters that gatherings of more than 30 people are illegal under current Covid regulations
This isn’t quite right. Currently, while in most cases it is illegal to gather in groups of 30 in outdoor settings in England, there is an exception for organised protests which have undergone risk assessments.More details on the laws
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