What is the Irish backstop?
The “Irish backstop” is a proposed insurance policy in UK-EU Brexit negotiations to ensure there is no hard border in Ireland.
The no deal papers: why no deal could mean lots of little deals on travel
What could no deal mean for UK-EU airline and bus routes, and airport security checks?
Three things you might want to know about the government’s preparations for a No Deal Brexit
How could your driving license, mobile roaming fees, and GDPR rules be affected?
Irish border: how much trade?
We look at the volume of trade across the Irish border.
This viral image showing the cost of different Brexit deals is wrong in a lot of ways
It misreports figures which are themselves based on highly uncertain analysis.
These poll figures are for leave voters - not "most of the nation"
More adults in Great Britain, but not a majority, are dissatisfied than satisfied with the Chequers deal according to one survey.
This claim about the £2,000 cost of a hard Brexit comes from a typo
A consultancy estimated a “hard Brexit” scenario could increase average household cost by £961, not £1,961 as claimed.
Is the UK going to become the EU’s tax collector?
The UK government has put forward proposals for a “facilitated customs arrangement” to replace the relationship we have with the EU through the customs union. We took a look at how it could work.
Post-Brexit trade deals: the Norway and Canada options explained
It’s a choice between a higher level of EU market access, or a lower level of EU regulation.
Who can stay in the UK after Brexit?
Citizens of other EU countries resident in the UK by the end of 2020 will be able to apply to stay permanently.
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.
Post-Brexit customs: Max fac and the customs partnership explained
The government are debating two post-Brexit customs options. We look at what “max fac” and a customs partnership mean.
Lorries at Dover
The Port of Dover has previously said that between 1% and 3% of lorries arriving at Dover are not from the EU, but we haven’t been able to confirm the source of the figure.
The UK is one of the three largest economies in the EU
The UK is the EU’s second largest economy after Germany, or third after Germany and France, depending on the measure of GDP you look at.
Trade across the Irish border
Trade across the Irish border was worth at least £5 billion in 2016.
Brexit impact assessments: did the government bluff about their existence?
We take on the hunt for 57 disappearing impact assessments.
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.