There's a lot of talk about a Brexit 'divorce bill' costing the UK tens of billions – we got two academics to check the facts.
Vote Leave claims the EU is the slowest growing area in the world. Are they right?
The remain camp argue that Russia is one of only a few countries that favour the UK leaving the EU. We asked two academics.
The Remain campaign cites this survey as proof of the economic benefits of staying in the EU. Here's the story behind the numbers.
Both sides have used the housing ladder to persuade voters in the EU referendum campaign. Are they right to do so?
Conservative MP David Davies has been telling anti-TTIP activists that a leave vote is how they can torpedo the deal.
Supporters of the campaign for Brexit claim the UK could not veto Turkish accession to the EU. We asked two academics to check the facts.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has attacked the European Arrest Warrant for putting British nationals at risk of extradition. Is he right?
Boris Johnson says so. But the reality about EU minimum wages and the effect on migration is more subtle.
According to Team Remain, there's a jobs bonanza around the corner if the UK stays in the union.
Migration Watch claims there could be another 50,000 EU migrants a year coming to the UK than currently thought. We asked two academics to look at the numbers.
Chris Grayling and Alan Johnson disagree on whether the UK is on the winning side at the EU Council. Two academics assess who is right.
We asked two academics to check whether the UK hands over £350m a week to the EU, and if it gets £1 back for every £2 sent to Brussels.
We asked two academics to check the claim by Michael Gove that the EU court has been grabbing power.
New report says households will be £4,300 worse off if we leave the EU. Here's the verdict.
Two academics assess the main arguments made in the government's EU referendum leaflet.
Two academics examine the claim by Michael Gove that the deal between the UK and the EU is not legally binding.
We asked two academics to look at the accuracy of Theresa May's claims.
In his budget, George Osborne said that we are all in this together. A look at the evidence shows that we're not.
Labour's Jim Murphy and the Conservatives' Ruth Davidson clashed over targets for sanctioning people on benefits. Who was right?