For Fact’s Sake podcast: Will ChatGPT make it easier to spread lies online?
This episode of For Fact's Sake looks at the dangers of AI in spreading misinformation.
Claim that Brexit allowed faster vaccine rollout is False
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim about the impact of Brexit on the vaccine rollout.
Scottish broadband rollout firm linked to Pegasus spy spyware
A firm building broadband services across Scotland is backed by an Emirati company that invested in an Israeli firm behind controversial spyware called Pegasus.
Fact check: SNP MP Mhairi Black’s viral speech
Ferret fact Service looks at a number of claims in a speech by Mhairi Black MP, which recently went viral on social media.
MPs accept £800,000 worth of trips from states in Saudi-led coalition
96 MPs have had trips paid for by Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Kuwait and Egypt over the last eight years.
Boris Johnson resignation: What happens now?
Boris Johnson has resigned as Conservative leader and will step down as prime minister when a new leader is found – but what happens now?
Boris Johnson: 10 false claims
Boris Johnson has agreed to resign as prime minister after a cascade of resignations from his government.
FFS explains: Rwanda flights and European Court of Human Rights
Ferret Fact Service looks at how the European Court of Human Rights intervened to stop the first asylum seeker flight to Rwanda.