Can you be in the single market without being an EU member?
It’s technically possible for a non-EU member to be in the single market. But this arrangement means accepting rules set by the EU.
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.
Green Party Manifesto: Reasons behind the Brexit vote
Why did voters choose to leave the EU last June?
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.
Conservative Manifesto: Leaving the single market
We've factchecked claims from Theresa May's speech at the Conservative party manifesto launch.
Public support for a "hard Brexit"
For the most part Remain and Leave voters do not have diametrically opposed views of what Brexit should entail, according to polling experts at NatCen.
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.
How many countries are in the EU?
Maps to guide you through a sea of acronyms.
How much will the UK have to pay the EU once Brexit is negotiated?
Experts and a number of media reports have suggested that the final bill to the EU once Brexit is negotiated could be anywhere between €20 and €60 billion or around £50 billion. We asked the EU who told us it couldn’t comment.
EU customs union and the Irish border
Neither the British or Irish governments want customs checks on the Northern Irish border. But that’s not sufficient to guarantee it won’t happen.
Will leaving the EU customs union mean border checks?
It seems reasonable to describe leaving a customs union as setting up a border.
The EU's other trade agreements
The EU has 48 trade agreements with other countries, which go beyond World Trade Organisation rules.
Two big questions about leaving the EU
Two of the major issues that the government must decide after the EU referendum result are the timing of Brexit, and single market membership.
Can the UK change its mind about leaving the EU?
It's not clear whether or not the UK can halt the process of leaving the EU midway through. This has implications for suggestions of a second vote.
Norway's EU payments
The cost of EU membership was a major issue during the referendum. Now that we've voted to leave, joining Norway in the EEA is one option. That costs, too.
What's the difference between a single market and a free trade agreement? Watch this video.
A video by the National Institute for Economic and Social Research explains the difference between a single market and a free trade agreement.
What happens to British citizens abroad and EU citizens here, if we leave the EU?
If the UK votes to leave the European Union, what happens to its citizens in EU countries, and EU citizens in the UK, will be a matter for negotiation.
Immigration, the economy, and trade: Prime Minister's Questions, factchecked
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on the economic impact of leaving the EU, fishing quotas, immigration and trade.
Leaving the EU: why do the economic forecasts differ?
The EU referendum debate has seen a range of claims about the future. Why do the different forecasts make different predictions?
Ten things to know about economic models
Ten things you should know about economic forecasts and economic predictions.
What the IFS actually said about the UK's EU membership fee
The IFS does not believe that savings on the UK's membership fee would leave more to spend on the NHS.
What could happen to VAT and energy prices if we leave the EU?
Would energy bills be lower if we left the EU? We could cut VAT but beyond that it’s uncertain.
Stronger In "facts" leaflet: leaving
Factchecking the Stronger In "facts" leaflet.