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The “quotes” about the exploitation of Scotland and its resources were from a parody article in the National newspaper.
The identity of the man and reason for his tears have been debated, and remain unclear.
The screenshot claiming to show this is from an adjournment debate, an end of day session which does not require a decision to be made by parliament.
Like many other viral tube signs, this one is a fake.
The video suggests that a number of things about foods are harmful but the claims it makes are mostly incorrect or misleading.
All three companies use kangaroo, or k-leather in some of their football boots.
The EU didn’t admit its budget will collapse without the UK’s contribution post-Brexit. The EU are in the process of agreeing a budget, without the UK, for 2021-27.
The viral photo is actually of women arriving to support American troops in the south of France in 1945.
The video is actually of football fans in Switzerland.
The figures are pretty much correct in cash terms, but without factoring in inflation they don’t tell us a lot.
Many videos supposedly showing crowds reacting to President Trump’s state visit are actually from last year.
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