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At the moment it's possible for some types of working households to get over £10,000 in in-work benefits, including people from the European Economic Area.
A Facebook graphic is broadly right that refugees are a small proportion of the UK population.
It's been reported that referrals to the government's "deradicalisation" programme, Channel, are on the up. That's broadly correct.
There's no doubt that schools' Ofsted performance is improving. This progress is partly due to Ofsted's changing inspection practice.
David Cameron and his ministers consistently say that EU migration is the reason that the government hasn't met its net migration target. It isn't.
British universities got at least 2.6% of their income from EU sources in 2013/14. A figure of 15% refers to the EU's share of spending on research here.
The Department of Education puts the decrease down to the misinterpretation of two high profile court judgments.
An analysis of the claim by the Shadow Education Secretary Lucy Powell that the Conservatives have overseen the deepest cuts to post-16 education ever.
Business for Britain says the UK pays a fifth of all VAT going into the EU budget. We look at the figures behind the claim.
Rising costs have caused NHS England to remove some drugs from the Cancer Drugs Fund, which could soon be replaced by a new system.
The row over junior doctors’ contracts is making for sobering headlines—there are warnings of an ‘exodus’ of trainees and calls for strike action.
We take a look at the different ways of measuring university participation by young people and disadvantaged young people.
How many migrants have arrived in Europe in 2015? How many are expected to come? How many people arrived in the UK in 2014? We look at the facts.