We look at what the leaked Treasury documents Jeremy Corbyn revealed say about checks on goods between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
A commitment to raise teacher salaries to £30,000 by 2022/23 would likely put new teachers in the top quarter of graduate earners in England.
Statutory homelessness increased by 39% between 2010 and 2017 (more recent data isn’t comparable). Rough sleeping is also up by 165%.
A quote about the US having a “right to withdraw all trade, aid and communication” in negotiations about the NHS does not appear in a leaked government document.
Around 83% of employee jobs in Scotland receive the real living wage or more, this is higher than any of the UK countries, but it lower than in the South ...
Claims about the increasing number of homes under the Conservatives are correct, but the majority of homes are built by the private sector, not the state.
In 2009/10 there were 3.4 million households renting from a private landlord and this has risen to 4.5 million in 2017/18.
Despite the disagreement of an audience member on Question Time, a salary of £80,000 a year puts you in the top 5% of income tax payers.
These figures are not credible and do not represent what “average families” will save under Labour’s policies.
Based on one of the most comprehensive measures, child poverty fell between 2010 and 2015, but has been rising since. The latest figures suggest it’s now back to roughly what ...
The UK has a fairly average recycling rate for the EU.
A Telegraph columnist’s comments exaggerate by claiming the UK is the only EU country with a health service heavily dependent on foreign staff.