Councils, communities and vaccine uptake

Councils, communities and vaccine uptake

Full Fact's Fact Blast - May 8th

A map in the Daily Express uses all the wrong numbersTelegraph headline linking depression and social media isn't backed up by articleBill Gates has not bought TelegramA week of independent, impartial fact checks in one quick blast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i ...   Show more

The Full Fact Podcast: Series 3

A politics podcast that's actually factual.A new series from the UK's independent fact checking charity, fighting bad information and holding the media and politicians to account.Episodes released weekly from Friday May 14th. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - May 1st

Boris Johnson promised to publish his Dyson communications—we’re still waiting on “all the details,"Conservative support may have fallen—but not when the Guardian says it didThe Express muddles up the dangers of Covid-19 in pregnancyA week of independent, impartial fact checks in ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - April 23rd

Pub landlord vs Keir Starmer: what you need to know about lockdownsEuropean Super League: fake stories debunkedWe don’t know if the ‘Nigerian variant’ is more deadlyA week of independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute blast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - April 16th

The weekend Covid-19 death figures need more context, poverty is not the same as food insecurity, and the Covid vaccine did not kill every animal it was tested on. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a handy three minute blast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - April 9th

Zero hours workers are not excluded from self-isolation payments, Twitter poll results don’t show ‘wide support’ for Thailand’s travel policy - and what is going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine? A week of our independent, impartial fact checks condensed into a three minute blast. ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - April 2nd

Government asylum claims based on unpublished data, lateral flow tests are not unsafe, and everything you need to know about the Home Office’s ‘eyebrow’ spending. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a three minute blast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - March 26th

Covid-19 vaccine exports and the UK, burnt-out police car in Bristol protests was not fake, and what’s the deal with NHS pay rises? A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute blast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  

Full Fact's Fact Blast - March 19th

Clapham protester is not same woman injured in Parsons Green Tube attack, 17 countries haven’t ‘banned’ the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, and Daily Mail (finally) issues correction. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in one three minute blast. See acast.com/privacy for pr ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - March 12th

Misleading claims about Serco’s role in Test and Trace resurface, side effects from the Oxford and Pfizer vaccines are about the same, and what happens when school pupils test positive for Covid-19? A week of independent, impartial fact checks from the UK's independent fact check ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - March 5th

The link between vitamin D and Covid-19 is complex, HPV testing kits are not smear tests, and are 3 in 10 people really failing to self-isolate properly? A week of our independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute blast! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - February 26th

The National Audit Office did not claim there was never a national PPE shortage, we don’t know exactly how much Test and Trace affects the spread of Covid-19 and we can’t say if Test and Trace has cost more than the Channel Tunnel - yet. A week of independent, impartial fact chec ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - February 19th

Evidence doesn’t show 400,000 people have long Covid ‘right now,’ study doesn’t say most vapers are 17% more likely to transmit Covid, and did EU exports really drop 68% in January? A week of our independent, impartial fact checks in a three minute(ish) blast. See acast.com/priva ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - February 12th

Labour’s figures on the cladding crisis are far too high, people giving Covid-19 vaccines won’t be tried as war criminals, and the Covid-19 survival rate is not 99.991% for under 60s. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a short three minute blast. See acast.com/privac ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - February 5th

Keir Starmer did want the UK to remain in the European Medicines Agency, warnings over NHS coronavirus vaccine scam email, and 53 people have not died in Gibraltar because of the Covid-19 vaccine. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute blast. See aca ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - January 29th

Report of 8% vaccine efficacy for elderly debunked by German government, several coronavirus claims made by MP in newspaper are inaccurate and one in six may refuse the Covid-19 vaccine. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute blast. See acast.com/pri ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - January 22nd

73,444 deaths registered in 2020 in England and Wales had Covid-19 as the underlying cause, we don’t know whether teachers are more likely than the general population to catch Covid, and what you need to know about claims that 23 people died after getting vaccinated in Norway. A ...   Show more

PPE shortages in the first wave of the pandemic

What do we know - and not know - about the reported shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) in UK hospitals during the first Covid-19 lockdown? Using freedom of information requests, Full Fact investigates. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  

Full Fact's Fact Blast - January 15th

Despite what some people in the media say, more people are dying than usual at the moment.The government spent £63,000 on influencer marketing for Test and Trace.And do you need to carry proof if you’re exempt from wearing a mask?A week of our independent, impartial fact checks i ...   Show more

QAnon in the UK

Was 2020 the year that QAnon arrived in the UK? We discuss the country's embracement of conspiracy in the third of a series of Full Fact short investigations. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  

Covid-19 transmission in hospitals

Coronavirus transmission in hospitals is difficult to understand and even harder to solve. Full Fact investigates what we already know, what we don’t—and what the future might hold. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  

Full Fact's Christmas Special

Join us for our Christmas special, as our fact checkers get together to reminisce on the weirdest fact checks of the year, including one woman's trip to a mayonnaise factory leading to a viral myth about poisonous onions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  

Lockdown Scepticism

The first of a series of Full Fact short investigations looks into claims made by prominent lockdown sceptics in the UK. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  

Full Fact's Fact Blast - December 11th

The new vaccination card is not a ‘Covid passport,’ school funding hasn’t increased by £5k per pupil, and vaccine approval wasn't quicker because of Brexit. A week of our independent, impartial fact checks - in three(ish) minutes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf ...   Show more

The Full Fact Podcast: FAQ

“Who funds you?” “Who fact checks the fact checkers?” “How do you decide what to fact check?” “Who really funds you???” We’re bombarded with these questions every day - so we've tried to answer everything you could possibly want to know about us. So if you’ve ever wondered how Fu ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - December 4th

RNA Covid-19 vaccines will not change your DNA, The Pfizer Covid-19 candidate vaccine is not too cold to be called a vaccine - and FOIs sent to NHS trusts are real, but don't show the full story. A week of independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute blast. See acas ...   Show more

The Full Fact Podcast: Politicians

‘Politician’ is consistently polled as one of the least trustworthy professions in the UK. But how much of a problem is misinformation in politics? And how can fact checkers keep politicians - and the media - honest? We discuss with former Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and new ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - November 27th

The Daily Mail’s chart of Covid-19 death figures doesn’t use the real numbers, MP Nadine Dorries says email from her office on vaccines does not reflect her views, and research suggesting increased Covid-19 risk for dog-owners may be barking up the wrong tree. Our weekly hit of f ...   Show more

The Full Fact Podcast: Automated Fact Checking

False information is created much faster and at a much greater volume than a human can possibly keep up with. But will this always be the case? Can technology prevent bad information from spreading, the moment it is created? How far away is this technology, and what tools do we a ...   Show more

Full Fact's Fact Blast - November 20th

The Covid-19 recovery rate is not 99.9%, the infection fatality rate is higher than 0.1%, and the number of people dying right now is not the same as in any other year. A week of our independent, impartial fact checks in a quick three minute(ish) blast. See acast.com/privacy for ...   Show more

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