Analysis Which Brexiters are hypocrites on EU citizens’ rights? by Luke Lythgoe | 10.03.2017 During the referendum, Leavers defended EU migrant rights. Now many pro-Brexit MPs aren’t practising what they preach. Read our dossier. Comment Brexit casts a shadow over UK development aid by Yojana Sharma | 23.08.2016 DfID’s new Brexiteer boss is no longer keen to scrap her fiefdom. But UK aid looks set for an unsettling shake-up. Brexiteers land in ‘Sin Dumpster’ after Great Debate by Luke Lythgoe and Jack Schickler | 22.06.2016 InFacts gets a bigger rubbish receptacle to make room for countless last-minute Leave inaccuracies. Comment Are we about to elect a government without a manifesto? by Jack Schickler | 14.06.2016 Leavers’ lack of plans allows them to promise all things to all people - and would not pass muster in a general election. Comment Tory attacks on Cameron present both opportunity and risk by Hugo Dixon | 30.05.2016 The risks are mayhem if we Leave and neverendum if we Remain. But attacks also strengthen case for PM to set out positive agenda to lead EU. Comment What “liberation” from precisely which “red tape”? by Michael Emerson | 29.04.2016 Even Chris Grayling admits we don't want to return to a situation when every country has its own safety regulations for lawnmowers. Priti does down British small business influence by Jack Schickler | 28.04.2016 Pro-Brexit minister complains of EU red tape tying up smaller firms. But the EU is responsive to British concerns. UK doesn’t send EU £350m a week or £55m a day by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 25.02.2016 Eurosceptics trot out these figures. Full Fact, which provided them with cover, has now corrected its error.