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Full Fact 3h
People have claimed that an image of litter in Hyde Park was taken in the aftermath of Extinction Rebellion climate change protests. But the picture was actually taken after the 420 cannabis event on Saturday.
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Full Fact 15h
Government ministers including the PM have claimed that the EU referendum was the largest “democratic exercise” in UK history. This is incorrect, if you define “largest democratic exercise” by the number of people participating in a vote.
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Full Fact Apr 21
You may have seen a viral post with a list of claims about the Lisbon Treaty, or "what will actually happen if we stay in the EU". Most of the claims are wrong:
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Full Fact Apr 21
We need your help. The EU elections are just over a month away—but our election laws are dangerously out of date, and wide open to abuse. Can you take action to protect our elections by emailing your MP?
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Full Fact Apr 21
A couple of weeks ago, we checked claims on what would happen to the divorce bill, immigration, our laws and trade in the event of a "WTO Rules" (or no deal) Brexit. ⬇️⬇️
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Full Fact Apr 20
Here's what the UK's EU membership fee looked like in 2017:
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Full Fact Apr 20
Government ministers including the PM have claimed that the EU referendum was the largest “democratic exercise” in UK history. This is incorrect, if you define “largest democratic exercise” by the number of people participating in a vote.
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Full Fact Apr 19
The EU elections are just over a month away—but our election laws are dangerously out of date. We're asking the government to act now to protect these elections from abuse:
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Full Fact Apr 18
Here's everything you might want to know about the UK's trade with the EU:
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Full Fact Apr 18
A couple of weeks back, we checked a claim saying that the"overwhelming majority" of the rest of the EU has no steel industry. This is incorrect. Seven EU countries - including Germany, Italy and France - produced more crude steel than the UK in 2017
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Full Fact Apr 18
Replying to @FullFact
Despite the EU referendum taking place in June 2016, the claim it was the “biggest or largest democratic exercise” only really took off in autumn last year. Our in-house technology shows how it has spread ⬇️ [2/2]
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Full Fact Apr 18
Government ministers including the PM have claimed that the EU referendum was the largest “democratic exercise” in UK history. This is incorrect, if you define “largest democratic exercise” by the number of people participating in a vote. [1/2]
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Full Fact Apr 17
In the run-up to English local elections, the Conservatives claimed their councils recycle more than Labour councils. That’s correct, for 2017/18.
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Full Fact Apr 17
It's misleading to say the country wants a no deal Brexit. Some polls show a preference for no deal—others for remaining in the EU. It all depends on how the question is asked:
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Full Fact Apr 16
CORRECTED: In the run-up to the English local elections, the Conservatives claimed their councils recycle more than Labour councils. That’s correct, for 2017/18, based on the best available data.
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Full Fact Apr 16
Replying to @chornbarino
Thanks for letting us know Chris. We're deleting this tweet and a corrected one will follow.
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Full Fact Apr 16
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We are deleting this tweet as it has the wrong claim/conclusion card. A corrected tweet will follow.
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Full Fact Apr 16
The EU elections are just over a month away, but our election laws are dangerously out of date. We're asking the government to act now to protect these elections from abuse - support our call by emailing your MP
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Full Fact Apr 15
It's misleading to say the country wants a no deal Brexit. Some polls show a preference for no deal—others for remaining in the EU. It all depends on how the question is asked:
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City A.M. Apr 15
We speak to about keeping Facebook honest
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