Viral videos on social media seemingly showing a police officer lying on the ground while children pelt him with eggs are not what they seem.
By using a mean average, the results overstated what the average Brit thinks the death rate has been.
Temporary increases to Universal Credit introduced because of the coronavirus pandemic mean the monthly allowance is now higher than the daily allowance for peers in the House of Lords.
Our readers have asked us to explain the guidance around self-isolating if you have visited another country.
The paper made claims about how 5G waves could be absorbed by skin cells and produce coronavirus but provided no credible evidence.
As of 31 July, the lockdown rules changed for people in Greater Manchester and parts of Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
PPE procurement is under scrutiny but claims that all these contracts were unfulfilled is not evidenced.
The article in question is a speculative article on the future of travel and does not mention microchips.
A viral video claims surgical masks are “no good” as they don’t offer complete protection to the wearer. Evidence shows masks still have benefits.
The Conservative London mayoral candidate claimed the Mayor’s decision to raise the congestion charge was his own. It was essentially a requirement of a government bailout package.
The soap disrupts the surface tension which causes the fogging.
A Facebook post makes a false claim about the Covid-19 death rate.