Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim from Prime Minister Theresa May about Scotland’s powers over high-speed broadband internet.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Theresa May’s claim that the tuition fees policy led to more students in university.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the claim that the Conservatives have overseen a 2500 per cent increase in children using food banks in Scotland.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Nicola Sturgeon’s claim that the EU Repeal Bill is a “naked power grab” by the UK government.
Ferret Fact Service assesses Lord Digby Jones’s tweet that trade deals with the US and Australia are ‘in the bag’.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Michael Gove’s claim that the North-East fishing industry has been ‘devastated’ by the Common Fisheries Policy.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the claim that Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson broke army impartiality rules by wearing military uniform.
The SNP says the DUP deal has “short-changed” Scotland to the tune of £2.9bn which would have come through the Barnett formula. This is not quite accurate.
Ferret Fact Service assesses David Davis’s claim that 80 per cent of voters supported parties who have backed Brexit being carried out.