11th Dec 2018

In praise of... Alexios Mantzarlis

The first Director of the International Fact Checking Network Read more

29th Nov 2018

Sign up to use Full Fact Live

Sign up to use Full Fact's live factchecking tool for the Brexit debate on Sunday 9th December. Read more

23rd Nov 2018

Reporting on childhood diabetes prevalence should come with a health warning

Recent media reports have said type 2 diabetes among children is ten times higher than previously thought. But that doesn't mean it's gone up by ten times. We explain why... Read more

23rd Nov 2018

Got a question about Brexit? Ask Full Fact

Ask us any questions you have about Brexit, and we'll work with experts to try and get you the answers you deserve. Read more

23rd Nov 2018

Research update #2: Countering misinformation, and demographic differences in news consumption

An occasional series summarising research that can inform our work from Full Fact's Research Manager Amy Sippitt. Read more

16th Nov 2018

What we’re doing about Brexit

Whichever side of Brexit you end up on, you deserve the facts – and we want to make sure you have them. We'll be working with leading experts to explain ... Read more

1st Nov 2018

Confusing calculations: why politicians should stick to the basics

A recent figure used by the Chancellor had us scratching our heads. When we investigated further, we found some confusing calculations and potentially misleading numbers. Read more

29th Oct 2018

How well do we understand economic terms?

How good a job do politicians and the media do of actually communicating what economic terms mean? Read more

29th Oct 2018

How to understand the Budget – without the spin

How can you tell whether the Budget speech is giving you the full picture or not? Here are nine key things to look out for… Read more

23rd Oct 2018

Research update #1: Filter bubbles, lazy thinking, and where misinformation comes from

An occasional series summarising research that can inform our work from Full Fact's Research Manager Amy Sippitt. Read more

12th Oct 2018

How to series: a guide to factchecking the internet

In this series of 'How-tos', we guide you on the different ways you can spot misinformation and find the most reputable information online. Read more

8th Oct 2018

The Department for Education gets a failing grade on statistics

The UK Statistics Authority has written to the Department for Education to express “serious concerns” about the Department’s “presentation and use of statistics”. Read more