In our fact checks, we cover the complete political spectrum: the President, the prime-minister, a wide variety of ministers, the parties that support the government, and the opposition parties. Each political actor has already had, of course, positive and negative conclusions. We have also done Fact Checks focused on general fake news that are spread on social platforms.
We also have a wide range of conclusions, so as not to have black-or-white decisions: “Right”, “Almost Right”, “Far-Fetched”, “Inconclusive”, “Misleading” and “Wrong”.
Here are our 10 examples:
1) In this one, the prime-minister is "Wrong"
2) In this one the prime-minister is "Far fetched"
3) In this one the prime-minister is "Almost right" on 2 fact-checks
4) In this one the prime-minister is "Right"
5) In this one the leader of the opposition is "Right" on 1 fact-check
6) In this one the leader of the opposition is "Wrong" on 1 fact-check
7) This is an example of one of our Fact Checks that focus on general fake news that are spread on social platforms:
8) We Fact Check a variety of subjects: Justice, for example
9) 8) We Fact Check a variety of subjects: Health, for example
10) We have articles with multiple fact checks on some big events. For example, a debate with the leaders of the main parties in our recent general elections: