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?
Nigel Farage has argued that the EU is a millstone around Britain's neck when it comes to trade.
Ed Miliband says Labour did not overspend when it was last in office. He's right.
David Cameron has said the number of people sleeping rough has gone down under the coalition. That isn't backed up by the evidence.
Labour and the Lib Dems have clashed over whether crime is going up or down. Which is it?
Labour's Ed Miliband says that advantaged pupils are much more likely to go to university. Is he right?
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt says A&Es are seeing and treating people faster than any other country that measures performance. Is he right?
The Conservatives argue that the rest of Europe wants reform too. Is this true?
Lib Dem energy minister Ed Davey says renewable electricity has soared under the coalition. Is he right?
The SNP's Nicola Sturgeon says austerity has held the economy back. Is she right?
Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood has questioned whether the UK should spent 6% of its budget on defence. Has she got her numbers right?
The Green Party says fuel poverty is causing a high number of winter deaths due to people living in the cold. Are they right?
Conservative culture minister Ed Vaizey says 'roughly' the same amount of money is going into the arts as it did under Labour. Is he right?