How much is the UK spending on security at Calais?

The UK and France have cooperated on border controls around French ports for years. How much do we spend on doing so?

£350 million EU claim "a clear misuse of official statistics"

After we leave the EU, we cannot take back control of £350 million a week.

European airport delays—is Brexit to blame?

The controls affect all passengers entering and leaving the European border-free Schengen area, not just UK citizens.

Employment or immigration: which matters more?

Voters have expressed mixed opinions to pollsters on whether they’d prefer a more economically risky ‘hard Brexit’.

Ask Full Fact: quick answers to your questions

We've provided sources and answers to some more of your EU questions.

Will the UK pay for future Eurozone bailouts?

The UK can be asked for financial support for Eurozone countries but is guaranteed its money back.

Is the EU ‘pinching our fish’?

We looked into how the EU divides up the fish in its waters, the UK's position within the EU fishing industry and if leaving the EU would change things.

Have 5,000 jihadis come into the EU?

Claims that there are 5,000 terrorists loose in Europe have been attributed to the director of Europol, the EU law enforcement agency. He says otherwise.

UK law: What proportion is influenced by the EU?

We often see conflicting figures on the percentage of UK laws that come from the EU. There's no one definitive answer, and many ways of calculating this.

Vote Leave "facts" leaflet: Taking control?

Factchecking the Vote Leave "facts" leaflet.

The government's EU leaflet: criminal justice

Factchecking the government's EU referendum leaflet on keeping criminals and terrorists out of the UK.

The government's EU leaflet: borders

Factchecking the government's EU referendum leaflet on controlling the UK's borders.

EU facts behind the claims: UK influence

In partnership with experts at the UK in a Changing Europe project, we've taken a look at the facts behind the claims on the UK's influence in the EU.

EU facts behind the claims: borders

In partnership with experts at the UK in a Changing Europe project, we've taken a look at the facts behind the claims on EU borders and security.

Explaining the EU deal: the 'red card'

The EU deal contains a 'red card' for parliaments to challenge draft EU laws if they don't comply with 'subsidiarity'. Professor Derrick Wyatt QC explains.

British influence in the EU Council of Ministers

The UK's formal voting weight in the important EU Council of Ministers has declined since we joined, but recent changes push it back up to 13%.

Ask Full Fact: Europol and diplomatic immunity

Officers of Europol, the European Union's law enforcement agency, are not entitled to 'diplomatic immunity' from criminal prosecution.

Ask Full Fact: have 100 EU 'powers' been returned to the UK?

Have 100 EU 'powers' been returned to UK control? Yes, if by 'powers' you mean specific laws.

Is the EU behind a £1 billion increase in aid spending?

"Foreign aid bill to soar by £1bn" Daily Express, 4 April 2015 "Overseas aid must rise by £1bn in next two years, says Europe" The Times, 3 April 2015 The ...

Is two thirds of UK law made by the EU?

Roughly two thirds of all the laws that apply in the UK are linked to the EU, but as laws vary a lot in importance this isn't very useful to ...

Did the EU rule that obesity is a disability?

"Fury as Euro court rules the obese are disabled" Daily Express, 19 December 2014 A decision concerning a childminder who claims he was sacked for being overweight was published yesterday ...

UK law and the EU: new estimates from House of Commons Library

Nick Clegg claimed 7% of UK law was influenced by the EU. Nigel Farage claimed 75%. The House of Commons Library's verdict: neither of them is right.

How often does the EU overrule British ministers?

UKIP leader Nigel Farage claims the EU Council has overruled the UK 55 times on directives. But formal votes can only tell us so much about British influence.

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