What’s Labour policy on a ‘no deal’ for Brexit?
Labour has not said how much money it thinks the UK should pay to the EU when we leave. It has said that ‘no deal’ is not an option.
Are British businesses struggling with recruitment?
52% of businesses surveyed by Lloyd’s Bank in June were struggling to recruit skilled labour.
10,000 finance jobs lost since Brexit?
There is no evidence we’ve seen showing that 10,000 jobs have already been lost in financial services following the EU referendum.
The food and drinks industry after the EU referendum
Has the food and drinks industry said they face significant disruption and economic damage in EU nationals continue to leave the UK?
Election 2017: what the parties haven’t told voters
Full Fact factchecks what the parties do say. Often what they haven't said matters even more.
Liberal Democrat Manifesto: Brexit
What is the plan for Brexit?
Brexit: is the UK economy growing or slowing?
GDP growth was higher than expected in the second half of 2016. It slowed in the first three months of this year.
Trade with the Commonwealth
Exports to the other 50 or so Commonwealth nations were 9% of the total in 2015.
What is hard Brexit?
Hard Brexit. Soft Brexit. There are lots of ways we could leave the European Union. Find out what each type of Brexit actually means.
UKIP Manifesto: EU budget contributions
We've factchecked claims from UKIP's 2017 election manifesto.
An introduction to the World Trade Organisation
The World Trade Organisation, or WTO, comes up again and again in the Brexit debate. Here’s our quick, expert guide to what it does.
Will a hard Brexit cost £100 billion?
The most recent figures can’t tell us how much of an impact Brexit has had on the Office for Budget Responsibility's forecast for public sector debt.
The Conservative manifesto on the single market
The 2015 Conservative manifesto did commit the party to the single market. The government’s EU referendum leaflet didn’t say explicitly that leaving the EU would mean leaving the single market, but strongly suggested as much.
The UK's EU membership fee
In 2016 the UK government paid £13.1 billion to the EU budget, and EU spending on the UK was forecast to be £4.5 billion. So the UK’s ‘net contribution’ was estimated at about £8.6 billion.
Has the government assessed the economic impact of no Brexit deal?
A comprehensive forecast hasn’t been produced. The Brexit Secretary says the government has to decide its plan for mitigation before such a forecast can be produced.
Post-Brexit trade tariffs
We have a voluntary choice about import tariffs, but not the tariffs on our exports.
The EU has shrunk as a percentage of the world economy
Daniel Hannan says that Europe has shrunk as a percentage of world GDP. We take a look at the EU's share of world GDP over time.
How much would a hard Brexit cost?
It's not unorthodox to say that trading with the EU under terms set by the WTO would be bad from an economic perspective, but putting an exact cost on it is tricky.
Brexit and economic apocalypse
There hasn’t been an immediate hit to economic growth following the EU referendum.
What’s the link between membership of the single market and lower wages?
Whatever the answer is, it won’t be simple.
The pound isn’t at its highest level in two years
The pound saw a big one-day rise yesterday, but its value against the US dollar remains low compared to recent years.
About 1 in 7 German cars are sold in the UK
On its own, that doesn’t tell us who needs to trade with the other more.
False claims, forecasts, and the EU Referendum
Campaigners on both sides made false claims, or predicted things that turned out to be wrong.