A viral Facebook post claims he is a partner in a Wuhan lab, which he isn’t.
This was a Petitions Committee debate. These do not lead to any direct decision or vote on changes to law.
Dye in cannons is a widely used but controversial policing tactic around the world.
The post wrongly claims Italian doctors have found Covid-19 is caused by a bacteria.
Keir Starmer was Director of Public Prosecutions when it was decided there was insufficient evidence to charge Savile, but he was not the reviewing lawyer on the case.
ONS data suggests Covid-19 is the underlying cause of death for 94% of people who die with it.
Hand sanitiser can only ignite at temperatures found in a hot car if there is a spark.
An image being shared online is a fair reflection of what we know about the death tolls from Covid-19 and the Blitz.
Boris Johnson claimed no country currently has a functioning Covid-19 track and trace app.
The picture was originally attributed to bees at a National Trust property, but actually seems to come from a beekeeper who partly curated the pattern.
Viral Facebook posts falsely claim criminals are handing out face masks doused in chemicals that cause unconsciousness so they can rob houses.
Medical staff have previously been promised a bonus too.
The group have said they do not support the message of the stickers.
The footballer did not reply when she tweeted at him.