conspiracy theory

Luton North MP says abuse online includes "punching up and punching down".
Has the 90s TV presenter been leading a double life?
The president really outdid himself by promoting multiple unsubstantiated claims.
Last week's demo in Trafalgar Square was backed by speakers and organisers endorsing wide-ranging but baseless conspiracy theories.
The president's claims are remarkably similar to fake news posts that have circulating on Facebook for months.
At one point he claimed Black Lives Matter protesters wanted to "burn down storefronts, hurt people, beat people and kill people.”
Piers Corbyn was a key speaker at the event which described coronavirus as a “hoax”.
Attendees described Covid-19, which has killed more than 40,000 in the UK alone, as a "hoax".
One America News correspondent Chanel Rion lobbed questions that would have sounded at home on authoritarian state-owned television.
Local councils have been asked to hand it out to worried constituents.