16th Sep 2016

Has the public really had enough of experts?

Experts need to build trust and understand people's individual experiences, if they are to be listened to. Read more

15th Sep 2016

Wanted: "An honest and responsive government"

A UN consultation of nearly 10 million people found that having "an honest and responsive government" matters more to most people than affordable food. Read more

7th Sep 2016

The first automated factcheck

Giacomo writes about how he built our first automated factcheck. Read more

22nd Aug 2016

Dodgy uses of statistics and how the BBC can avoid them

We were glad to see the BBC Trust take up our recommendations in its recent report on the BBC's coverage and use of statistics. Read more

19th Aug 2016

Open Democracy corrects claim about deaths in police custody

We are grateful to Open Democracy for correcting their article. Read more

18th Aug 2016

The Times sets an example with correction to cost of bed blocking claim

The Times published a front page correction to its article on the cost of bedblocking. Read more

17th Aug 2016

The State of Automated Factchecking

We can scale up and speed up factchecking dramatically using technology that exists now. Here's how. Read more

8th Aug 2016

Automated Factchecking: decision time

Giacomo talks about the decisions he's made in building the tools for automated factchecking Read more

4th Aug 2016

The summer of 2016: what do you make of it?

Full Fact was on BBC Radio 4's Moral Maze, talking about trust in politics, and trust in facts. Read more

25th Jul 2016

Week 1: Automated Factchecking

Giacomo Boscaini-Gilroy, a student from Imperial University London, tells us about his first week at Full Fact. He's working on a pioneering project: automated factchecking. Read more

20th Jul 2016

In praise of Matt Jukes and ONS Digital

Matt Jukes, part of the team that has successfully transformed the ONS website, is leaving ONS Digital. Read more

30th Jun 2016

The referendum is over. We're just getting started.

The referendum result means we’re now at the start, not the end, of a long public debate over how we leave the EU. We're going to be needed now more ... Read more