Anti-Semitic claims that Red Cross documents show the Holocaust death toll was well below the widely accepted six million estimate are false.
An academic wrote a report proposing the change in 2010, but that wasn’t backed by the government.
A post claiming wind turbines can never produce as much energy as was taken to build them is based on a selective quotation and is incorrect.
The calculation includes the number of people living in temporary accommodation, hostels and those sleeping rough.
A Facebook post has fabricated a quote from Emmanuel Macron about the conditions for the UK if it wants to remain in the EU.
A claim that the BBC will add permanent Arabic subtitles to EastEnders, to help refugees and other migrants settle in, is from a satirical news website and not true.
The video, from 2015, shows a child, not Shamima Begum, beheading a man in Syria.
There is no council tax discount for people who say a room in their home is used for praying.
It prohibits advertising cures to all but a select group of people.
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