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Macmillan claimed there are 11 million people in the UK who are deaf or hard of hearing and that after a cancer diagnosis, they aren’t able to receive the extra help they need.

While there are 11 million people with some form of hearing loss, the majority may not have hearing loss to the extent that they would require extra help to access cancer care.

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In partnership with Sky News, we fact checked Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss during Thursday night’s Q&A, as ballots were set to be issued to Conservative party members.

We look at claims including if reversing the NI rise would only benefit top earners, and if Liz Truss was always clear on travel advice to Brits wanting to fight in Ukraine.

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Rumours that the government awarded a £70 billion contract for net zero services to a Cornish company with only two employees went viral this week on social media.

The company will run some procurement for some public organisations, with £70bn being the nominal ceiling on the value of these services, but the company itself won’t receive this.

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