14th Feb 2018
Falsely claiming to live alone accounts for around 9% of benefit fraud
Benefit claimants saying they were single, when in fact they lived as a couple with another person, was probably the fourth most common type of benefit fraud in 2016/17.
13th Dec 2017
What is unemployment?
Is UK economic growth higher than in Europe?
Fair fares? How much are season tickets increasing by?
Child poverty is increasing and decreasing at the same time—here’s why
Is the government’s pay rise for public sector workers a real-terms pay cut?
UK economic growth within the G7
How the jobs market for young people has changed since 2010
Did the Conservatives refuse to support 6500 British shipbuilding jobs?
This viral image showing the cost of different Brexit deals is wrong in a lot of ways
This claim about the £2,000 cost of a hard Brexit comes from a typo
Is the UK going to become the EU’s tax collector?
Does most UK trade happen outside of the EU and trade agreements?
The UK is one of the biggest contributors to the EU budget
Trump’s visit: what’s the cost?
Do benefit fraud investigators outnumber super-rich tax inspectors 8:1?
Councils aren’t getting enough funding to meet demand for social care