3rd Aug 2018

How to spot misleading poll figures

Polls often dominate political conversation but it can sometimes be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff. Here are a few steps you can follow to help you judge ... Read more

28th Jul 2018

Leaked 'fake news' inquiry report - our response and how you can help

Leaked 'fake news' inquiry report - our response and how you can help Read more

27th Jul 2018

What can Love Island tell us about survey design?

ITV2's hit show Love Island might not be where you expect to find lessons about survey design - but Monday's lie detector test showed us the pitfalls of double-barrelled questioning. Read more

18th Jul 2018

How to spot misleading images online

We look at a number of doctored or misleading images shared online, and explain how to spot them. Read more

17th Jul 2018

Does factchecking have a women problem?

Knowing more about audience demographics is crucial for factcheckers’ work to have an impact. Amy Sippitt explores the world of factchecking's persistent problem with under-reaching women. Read more

4th Jul 2018

Full Fact says Ciao to Global Fact 2018

Two weeks ago Full Fact went to Rome to take part in Global Fact – the global factchecking summit, which is now in its fifth year. Read more

14th Jun 2018

We asked the audience: who is Full Fact reaching?

If you’re reading this, you’re considered part of the Full Fact audience—and last year, we did some research into who you were. Read more

13th Jun 2018

The Quest for the Questions in BBC Question Time

The show BBC Question Time is organised around a few “big questions” asked by the audience. Michal who joined Full Fact for two weeks in November would like to build ... Read more

4th Jun 2018

Dashboardising BBC Question Time

At the end of November 2017 I had a great opportunity to work for two weeks with the Digital Team of Full Fact. Read more