How are the UK’s borders enforced?
You can read our briefing by the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford here.
The ranks of those who view the “central attraction” of EU membership as primarily economic can now count George Osborne among their members.
You can read our piece on trade with the EU here.
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None of the current judges at the European Court of Human Rights are obviously unqualified, although they are in a sense political appointees.
The answer depends on which data you look at and even then it's limited. Without better data, it's impossible to know for sure.
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 Chancellor of the Exchequer claims tax credit spending has increased thirty-fold in 16 years. But not all the figures are comparable over time.
It's claimed that the UK's deficit is one of the highest in the developed world.
This article has been updated. Over on our Facebook page, some readers had questions about our roundup of employment figures. Where does the unemployment figure of 1.85 million come from, is…
The government says it's increased funding for early help for vulnerable children, but charities say funding is down. It depends on what services you count.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said 6,000 people a year die because hospitals don’t offer a 7-day service, but the evidence for this hasn't been published
Now in Welsh: Minister says twice as many people watch Welsh language TV as live in Wales.
We've checked the claims from PMQs on last week's budget, housing for asylum seekers, and on how many rape victims report the crime to the police
Minister says twice as many people watch Welsh language TV as live in Wales.
The government has announced a review of the production Britain's economic statistics. The Treasury could assume responsibility for the quality of official figures, and it's argued that this would make…