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Logically→ Photographs taken in Ukraine prove Vladimir Putin is deploying body doubles.
Full Fact→ Labour MP wrong to say ‘there are no safe routes’ to enter UK
Khalid Mahmood wrongly claimed in Parliament that routes for people from Hong Kong and Afghanistan have been closed.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Seafood Causes Leukemia
Does consuming seafood cause the form of cancer called leukemia? No, that's not true: No scientific proof exists that eating seafood causes leukemia, a University of California, Riverside expert, who specializes in the study of how enviro
Full Fact→ People crossing the UK border illegally do not automatically get jobs and benefits
A Facebook post makes several claims about the benefits of arriving in the UK illegally compared to other countries. Many of the claims are false or misleading.
PolitiFact→ Did Ron DeSantis change his stance on Ukraine? If so, how much?
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ruffled feathers within his own party when he said Ukraine isn’t one of the United States’ “vital national interests.” We did a close reading of his recent statement to see whether, and how, it breaks from his previous
Full Fact→ Ukraine’s Diia app is not connected to the ‘Great Reset’
There are also no official plans for Ukrainians to be paid a universal basic income through the app, as has been claimed on social media.
Logically→ About 90 Stryker armored vehicles en route to Ukraine from the U.S. have arrived in Germany.
Full Fact→ The UK doesn’t have more job vacancies than unemployed people
A column by former work and pensions secretary Chloe Smith was corrected after we contacted the MP about the error.
Full Fact→ Who are the 100 million displaced people Suella Braverman said could qualify for UK protection?
We’ve looked into the figures after the Home Secretary claimed 100 million people could be eligible for protection under current UK laws.
Logically→ A video shows a helicopter provided by NATO being shot down in Ukraine.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – UK’s borders remain open; they weren’t closed to keep out Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
The United Kingdom’s “Parliament closed its borders to prevent Harry and Meg from flying to the UK in order to protect the king.”
Full Fact→ Posts about venomous snakes in UK toilets are false
Images shared on local Facebook groups do not show a venomous breed, and an accompanying picture is from a 2019 incident in the US.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Ukrainian Children Are Being Punished For Questioning Zelenskyy
Is there evidence that children in Ukraine are being punished for questioning Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy? No, that's not true: Lead Stories found no information that supported this statement. Additionally, an image used to su
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show ‘Zelensky’s Double’ With Ukrainian Leader And President Joe Biden
Did Polish media "accidentally" catch on camera Volodymyr Zelenskyy's lookalike as he followed the Ukrainian leader during President Joe Biden's February 20, 2023, visit to Kyiv? No, that's not true: The person seen following the Ukrainia
Full Fact→ Video of helicopter crashing ‘in Ukraine’ is actually from a video game
Footage from the military game has been falsely claimed to show footage from the war before.
Logically→ Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked the U.S. to send young Americans to fight the war against Russia in Ukraine.
The Dispatch→ Fact Check: Did Volodymyr Zelensky Say that U.S. Troops Would Have to Fight in Ukraine?
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks to the media on February 24, 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. (Photo by Yan Dobronosov/Global Images Ukraine/Getty Images) A video clip of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been taken out of context to supp
Logically→ There was a human trafficking operation run through the Ukrainian embassy in Washington, DC.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: UK Government Report Does NOT Prove 92% Of COVID Deaths Occurred In ‘Fully Vaccinated’
Do 92 percent of COVID-19 deaths occur in fully vaccinated individuals, according to official data released by the U.K. government in February 2023? No, that's not true: That report is not meant to be a measure of vaccine effectiveness, a
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Zelenskyy Did NOT Say US Should Send Its Sons, Daughters To War Now — He Was Speaking Hypothetically If Ukraine Were To Lose War
Did Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy say the United States should send its sons and daughters to war now to fight for Ukraine against Russia? No, that's not true: His quote was taken out of context. Zelenskyy was addressing a hypot
Poynter→ The war in Ukraine isn’t ‘fake,’ and these photos don’t prove that it is
At least 8,000 civilians have been killed since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, according to the United Nations, and thousands more have been injured. Millions have been displaced. But […] The post The war in Ukraine isn’t ‘fake,’
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: War In Ukraine Is NOT Proved Fake By Before-And-After Photos Of Repairs After Missile Strike
Do a pair of photos that show completed repairs to a high-rise building in Ukraine only one year after it was damaged by a missile strike prove that the war in Ukraine is "fake"? No, that's not true: There is footage of the missile strike
AllSides→ Does Video Show Ukraine Drone Dropping Grenades on Civilians?
PolitiFact→ Viral image – The war in Ukraine isn’t ‘fake,’ and these photos don’t prove that it is
Photos of an apartment building in Kyiv are evidence the war in Ukraine “is fake.”
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Twitter Did NOT Institute Policy Banning Flag Of Ukraine
Did Twitter make a rule that users may not display the flag of Ukraine on their profile because it is considered a political statement against Russia? No, that's not true: A post from Walter Report contained a fabricated image which appea
The Dispatch→ Our Best Stuff From the Week We Marked One Year of War in Ukraine
A woman cries during a prayer near the graves of Ukrainian soldiers killed in the Russian-Ukrainian war at the Lychakiv Cemetery in Lviv, Ukraine on February 25, 2023. (Photo by Pavlo Palamarchuk/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)Plus: Marjorie Taylor Green
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine NOT First Time 100,000 Troops Invaded Another Country Since World War II
Was Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the first time 100,000 troops had invaded another country since World War II? No, that's not true: There are many examples of military forces totaling more than 100,000 inv
Truth or Fiction?→ Ukraine Marks One-Year Anniversary of Russia’s Invasion
Weaponized disinformation campaigns and more conventional attacks on February 24 2023 marked the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine; amid retrospectives and updates, a popular Imgur post featured a video and commentary attribute
AllSides→ Biden’s April 2022 Remark About Some Ukraine Aid Covering Pensions Is Not ‘Breaking’ News
The Dispatch→ Putin’s Ukrainian Fantasy
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu attend a wreath-laying ceremony at the Eternal Flame and the Unknown Soldier's Grave in Alexander Garden on February 23, 2023. (Photo by Pavel Bednyakov / Sputnik / AFP/Ge
PolitiFact→ Joe Biden welcomed thousands of Ukrainians; many are in immigration limbo
A temporary immigration program has given a reprieve to 115,000 Ukrainians who entered the U.S. since April 2022. But the program doesn’t provide a path to citizenship, leaving beneficiaries in limbo.
PolitiFact→ One year into Russia’s war in Ukraine: A look at U.S. aid, and why the U.S. is involved
One year into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, polls show that a rising number of Americans — though well short of a majority — are tiring of U.S. support for Ukraine. How much are we spending? And why are we doing it? We provide some answers.
PolitiFact→ Bloggers – Claims that Vladimir Putin destroyed an ‘adrenochrome warehouse in Ukraine’ lack evidence
“Putin decimates another adrenochrome warehouse in Ukraine.”
FactCheck.org→ Biden’s April 2022 Remark About Some Ukraine Aid Covering Pensions Is Not ‘Breaking’ News
President Joe Biden said in April 2022 that some of the funding in a Ukraine aid package that Congress later overwhelmingly approved could be used to pay pensions for Ukrainians amid the ongoing war with Russia. That is not a new development, as
Logically→ Video shows drone strike by Ukraine army on Russian soldiers.
The video is not from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war and has been available on the internet since 2020.
The Dispatch→ Has DeSantis Gone ‘Full Trump’ on Ukraine?
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaking in New York, February 20. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)Nah. Only mostly Trump.The post Has DeSantis Gone ‘Full Trump’ on Ukraine? appeared first on The Dispatch.
The Dispatch→ Inside the GOP Fight Over Ukraine Aid
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy at the Capitol on February 6, 2023. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)Will Republicans continue to support the embattled nation?The post Inside the GOP Fight Over Ukraine Aid appeared first on The Dispatch.
Logically→ BBC journalist Clive Myrie suffered a racist attack by Ukrainians while reporting from Ukraine.
No such incident occurred, and BBC has termed the story "completely false." Myrie, too, has implied the same through his tweets.
Full Fact→ SNP’s claim that Liz Truss’s government cost UK economy £30bn is not reliable
This figure represents an old estimate of the likely cost to the Treasury. The cost to the economy cannot be reliably measured.