election 2017 debunked
A spokesperson for the Clara Lionel Foundation told BuzzFeed News the entirety of the story reported in Barbados Today and Global News is "untrue and completely inaccurate".
The edited video began circulating on Friday, as it emerged the DUP could help Theresa May cling on to power in government.
Relax, it's all going to plan.
Including a Tory MP who doesn't exist, Jeremy Corbyn's head on David Beckham's body, and a fake local newspaper.
An image of the prime minister has gone viral – but there's no evidence she actually said the words ascribed to her.
Including a picture that isn't of Jeremy Corbyn with the IRA, the claim young people as a unit can swing the vote and a whole bunch more dodgy charts.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the data.
TL;DR: You'd need more young people than are actually alive right now to vote in order to force a Labour win.
Including a woman flicking a V-sign at Jeremy Corbyn, a price cap on Freddos, and a whole bunch of dodgy charts.
But some people believe the video is real.
An SNP candidate has called for an investigation into the claim, born on The Canary, which has been shared by senior journalists. But it doesn't stack up.
A cap on chocolate frog prices is not understood to be one of Labour's manifesto pledges.
Every time you abuse the y-axis, a psephologist dies.