Who we work with

We believe that debates are at their best when informed by the best information. That’s why we work with the UK’s leading academic institutions to help their research reach the widest possible audience, via our website and via our briefings to national newspapers and broadcasters.

Our research partners have included: 

From time to time, we host secondees from the Government Statistical Service and the Office of National Statistics. Get in touch to find out more.


This is a list of unpaid but significant commitments made to other organisations in 2023. All of our funding commitments are explained on our funding page.



European Fact Checking Standards Network

Head of Policy and Partnerships is on the Governance Body (Full Fact was asked to be part of the founding consortium but the project was EU funded and we do not take government funding whether UK or EU)

Economic and Social Research Council

CEO is on the advisory group for the  UK in a Changing Europe and the Governance after Brexit initiatives

HM Treasury

CEO is on the advisory group for User Preparer Advisory Group for Government Accounts, at the request of the cross-party House of Commons  Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Science Media Centre

CEO is on the advisory group


Head of Policy and Advocacy is on the Making Sense of Media Advisory Panel which advises on Ofcom’s media literacy duties

Africa Check

We provide access to Full Fact AI, which was partly co-developed in a joint project between Africa Check, Chequeado, and Full Fact

Royal Statistical Society

CEO is on the advisory group to assist in the development of the 2023-28 Strategic Plan



Full Fact fights bad information

Bad information ruins lives. It promotes hate, damages people’s health, and hurts democracy. You deserve better.