If you can’t speak during a 999 call, dialling 55 can alert the operator that you need help, but it won’t guarantee that the police will come.
It’s not the case that the British media is ignoring the story.
The hospital has confirmed that the incident happened.
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.
A fake tweet falsely claims Jeremy Corbyn said the London Bridge attacker was “murdered by British Police”.
Appearance fees from the BBC appear in some Conservative politicians declarations, as they do for MPs from other parties. These are not donations.
Councils say postal ballots are prefilled to prevent people from entering the wrong date.
This seems to come from a report that made recommendations to Labour about council tax, but is not party policy.
There is no evidence he ever tweeted it and it was widely reported as a fake over a year ago.
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