It’s been reported that there are “8 million foreigners” in the UK, based on figures from the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford.
Read more from those experts in our joint briefing on immigration.
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It's been widely claimed that thousands of people died within weeks of being found "fit for work". This is wrong.
The Department for Work and Pensions have published data on the benefit claimant deaths. Read our guide to interpreting the figures.
NHS trusts faced an overall deficit of £830 million in 2014/15 and this is expected to rise to around £2 billion this year.
The TUC says rail fares have risen by 25% since 2010. This is correct but refers to regulated fares only rather than all fares, as widely quoted.
Some of the £1bn cost could be incurred anyway without the policy, and the figure rests on a lot of uncertainty. Other estimates even suggest higher costs.
Research only looked at 15 countries, so can't tell us how England ranks worldwide for child happiness.
The majority of free schools are in areas expected to need more places. Many of them won't open with full capacity though.
GP practice registers show 3.3 million diagnosed diabetes cases in 2013/14, but the methodology and reliability of the undiagnosed figure is more uncertain.
This is right if the '100 powers' are taken to mean specific legislative acts rather than more general EU competences.
Media explanations about the rate of cash support for asylum seekers in France and the UK are comparing the wrong things - understandably, as it's complex.
In 2014 there were 22.4m A&E attendances in England, with more targets missed and longer waiting times than previous years. We've updated our briefing to include data for spring 2015.
The government is scrapping maintenance grants, replacing them with larger loans. What effect will this have?