In the corner of an office in central London the weekly session of prime minister’s questions is playing on a television, watched by half a dozen young researchers. As the political pantomime unfolds on the screen, with the usual roars from dissenting MPs, they shout comments and make notes on a whiteboard. Welcome to the nerve centre of Full Fact, one of a new wave of organisations set up to scrutinise political claims.
After giving birth to Princess Charlotte in May, the Duchess returned to royal duty by visiting the Anna Freud Centre in September. During the visit, Kate was greeted warmly by chairman of the trustees Michael Samuel.