12th Jun 2019
The EU hasn’t said Brexit will collapse the EU budget
The EU didn’t admit its budget will collapse without the UK’s contribution post-Brexit. The EU are in the process of agreeing a budget, without the UK, for 2021-27.
No indication that the European Court of Justice would be the arbiter of all disputes in a future UK-EU trade agreement
£50 billion “remain bonus” figure is a reasonable estimate but highly uncertain
UK workers’ rights: what are the rules on sick pay, maternity and annual leave?
Boris Johnson repeats his false claim that extending Brexit costs £1 billion a month
The Brexit deal has not passed Parliament
No evidence that People’s Vote march had over two million people
Think tank did not say GDP per capita will fall by 7% under Boris Johnson’s deal
Southampton MP gets trade figures wrong
Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal: four key questions answered
We fact checked this viral image on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal