23rd Jul 2018
This viral image showing the cost of different Brexit deals is wrong in a lot of ways
It misreports figures which are themselves based on highly uncertain analysis.
28th Apr 2017
How many people use food banks?
We don’t know how many people use food banks in total. The Trussell Trust, which is estimated to run around half of all food banks in the UK, says it had around 560,000 people using its services in 2016/17.
Do Labour councils cost you £350 less in council tax?
Prime Minister’s pension claims don’t adjust for inflation
Does most of the EU have no steel industry?
Period poverty: how widespread is it?
What happens to the money from National Insurance Contributions?
The estimated number of homeless people in Britain is broadly comparable to the population of Iceland
Mark Carney didn’t say Brexit could usher in “a golden age of trade”
This MP is very wrong about the Marshall Plan
What’s the cost of preparing for Brexit?
The UK’s poverty rate is around average for the EU
What’s happening to rented social housing in England?
How accurate have Brexit forecasts been since the referendum?
Is income tax being cut for 32 million people?
Wage growth is only the fastest in a decade if you ignore inflation
The UK's EU membership fee