A Facebook post describing what happened has gone viral.
A fake letter claiming to be from Boris Johnson asks people to write to their MP with opinions on mandatory microchip injections, which are not being proposed.
Boris Johnson was wrong to say that 97% of primary schools which report data were seeing children returning. The figure on the day he was speaking was 69%.
Fluoride is added to toothpaste and water to help prevent tooth decay. The only potential negative effect of fluoride at levels recommended in the UK is teeth discolouration.
Grant Shapps claimed use of public transport is at 5% of its usual levels, but government figures show it is actually much higher.
Mr Starmer said 600,000 more children are in poverty than in 2012, which is correct according to government data on children in low income households.
There is still no evidence to suggest that the new coronavirus was man-made.
A question at PMQs by Labour MP Stephen Timms suggested this wasn’t the case. Free school meal eligibility has been temporarily extended to some of these children.
“COVID-19 exposure notifications” is not an app—it is an API that can work with tracing apps if they are downloaded.
These Labour MPs have either apologised for or defended their actions during lockdown.
Until 15 April there was no requirement to test patients being discharged from hospitals to care homes for Covid-19 in England.
The audio has been taken from a video of racist Chelsea fans in Paris in 2015.
The Met police have confirmed no stabbings happened at the protests.
These 52 horses that need homes aren’t real.
Covid-19 is not caused by bacteria.