Brexit bill: What amendments have been passed?
This week the Commons voted on 15 amendments that have been passed in the House of Lords over the past few months. We looked at what happened.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill will repeal the European Communities Act 1972. This means EU institutions can’t make laws affecting the UK any more.
Brexit amendments in the House of Lords
What happens if MPs reject amendments to the law triggering Article 50 inserted by the House of Lords?
The Article 50 Supreme Court judgment, explained
Our potted summary of the Supreme Court's decision that parliament has to pass a law before Brexit can get underway.
Brexit in the Supreme Court: the arguments
The Supreme Court will decide whether the government has the power to trigger Brexit without an Act of Parliament. These are the competing legal arguments the justices will hear.
What does the High Court’s Article 50 ruling mean for Brexit?
The judgment on 3 November means that the government can’t leave the EU without parliament passing a law allowing Article 50 to be used.
Judges to rule on Brexit tomorrow
Joshua Rozenberg's analysis of the prospects for the Article 50 legal challenge that will be decided by the High Court tomorrow.
Is it safe to vote with a pencil?
Voters can bring a pen to the polling station, but there are also laws ensuring that ballot papers aren't tampered with before the count is complete.
Vote Leave and Stronger In "facts" leaflets
Vote Leave and Stronger In have sent leaflets claiming to tell their readers "the facts".
The government's EU leaflet: introduction
We’ve combed through the government's 16-page EU referendum booklet and factchecked the claims they make in their argument about why they think we should vote to remain.
Michael Gove's Today programme speech, factchecked
The Justice Secretary has been making the case for leaving the EU today. Here's what we made of some of his claims.
Who’s getting taxpayers’ money in the EU referendum?
Official campaigns will get some public money for the EU referendum in direct grants and via publicly funded benefits.
Explaining the EU deal: an introduction
The Prime Minister's EU renegotiation deal has been announced. Here's what impartial EU experts think of it.
David Cameron's conference speech, factchecked
David Cameron has given his first speech to the Conservative party conference as PM of a Conservative majority. We've taken a look at some of his claims.
Jeremy Corbyn's conference speech, factchecked
Jeremy Corbyn has given his first speech to the Labour party conference as leader. We've taken a look at some of his claims.
Did Labour vote to stop 16 and 17 year olds voting in the EU referendum?
With the passing of yesterday's House of Commons vote on the EU Referendum Bill, there's already been disagreement over Labour's position on the proposals.
Manifesto report: Europe
Key claims from the UKIP manifesto launch
Clash of the manifestos: EU referendums
UKIP and Brexit: what does the manifesto say?
Past leader, past claims: Blair's speech on the EU
Following up our answers on the Jeremy Vine show
Here are the full facts and figures answering the questions put to Joe and Will on BBC Radio 2 today.
EU election 2014: Liberal Democrat party broadcast video factchecked
The Liberal Democrats' European Election Broadcast has hit the airwaves. Watch the video below alongside our second-by-second factcheck to see if the claims it makes are accurate.