9th Apr 2019
Prime Minister’s pension claims don’t adjust for inflation
Theresa May said the Conservatives have increased the basic state pension by over £1,450. That’s correct in cash terms, but once you account for inflation it’s around £550 more.
£1.5bn GDP boost from UK-Japan trade deal is not on top of existing EU-Japan deal benefits
What do we know about a ‘back to work’ campaign?
Comparing tax dodging and benefits for people seeking asylum
Claims that Warburtons now gets its wheat from the USA are wrong
Lowering the state pension age for women won't create four million jobs for young people
Viral Facebook post compares the national living wage with the state pension
An Express headline on how many working carers fear for their job is flawed
Universal Credit monthly allowance is more than House of Lords daily allowance – for now
Shaun Bailey’s comments on the congestion charge lack context
Mark Francois did not deny that there is a gender pay gap