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.
HS2 isn’t expected to cost as much as this post claims
State spending isn’t at a record high when you consider the size of the economy
Rail fares are increasing in price faster than other goods and services
Sajid Javid said on 5 December that homelessness has halved under the Conservatives since 2008—is this true?
Is it true that Labour will make private landlords sell their properties to their tenants?
What has happened to the debt and deficit now and under previous governments?
What do leaked Treasury documents tell us about checks on goods crossing the Irish Sea?
SNP manifesto claim on living wage is slight underestimate
There are 11 million people in the private rented sector
If you are earning £80,000 you are in the top 5% of income tax payers