Comment Is Boris wriggling out of pledge to axe payments to EU? by Hugo Dixon | 01.10.2016 Foreign secretary’s interview in The Sun suggests so. He’s already backed away from pledge to give NHS £350m/week and scrap VAT on energy. Hello, Boris, what happened to your £350m NHS promise? by Hugo Dixon | 12.09.2016 Johnson is fronting a new Brexit group that wriggles out of campaign promises. All the more reason for a referendum on the Brexit terms. Express corrects false link of migrants to NHS shortfall by Luke Lythgoe | 22.06.2016 InFacts complaint to press watchdog forces correction of headline wrongly linking EU migrants to projected £10bn shortfall in NHS budget. EU not denying patients life-saving breast cancer drugs by Luke Lythgoe | 13.06.2016 Press claims EU red tape keeps cancer-fighting drug from patients. Manufacturer delays and UK’s value for money concerns are bigger hurdles. Comment Leave’s latest myth-making: The People v the Elites by David Hannay | 10.06.2016 Peace and democracy in Europe; prosperity and consumer choice; freedom to live anywhere in Europe: these are not projects of elites, still less a plot against the people. Wollaston puts bomb under Vote Leave’s post-truth politics by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 09.06.2016 Former Brexiteer slams Leave camp’s “shameful” claims about NHS and “financial lie” that we send EU £350m/week. But will Vote Leave listen? Vote Leave TV ads: Leave out the Innuendo by Michael Prest | 02.06.2016 Vote Leave’s NHS TV ads are long on sly suggestion and short on firm facts Vote Leave’s A&E analysis fails GCSE maths by Jack Schickler | 23.05.2016 Latest “research” contains schoolboy error of confusing correlation and causation. It should have asked NHS chief the real answer. Gove scaremongers on migration free-for-all by Jack Schickler | 25.04.2016 Turkey won’t join EU for ages, if indeed it ever does. In any case, free movement benefits the economy and the NHS. Brexiteers face climate change dilemma by Luke Lythgoe | 22.04.2016 If Leave camp wants to lower energy prices they’ll need to ditch climate change pledges. This will be costly and politically damaging. Comment Quitting EU would mean less money for NHS, not more by Michael Emerson | 16.04.2016 The economic damage caused by Brexit would hit tax revenue, wiping out the smallish saving from not paying into the EU budget. No Health Surplus: Brexit wouldn’t yield billions for NHS by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 15.04.2016 Vote Leave say that Brexit would give us the fiscal firepower needed to save the NHS. They’re wrong.