Eurostats - true or false?
Ruth Alexander and Wesley Stephenson take a very close look at some widely reported Eurostats to see whether they stand up to scrutiny.
Are there really more Porsche Cayenne owners in Greece than taxpayers earning over 50,000 euros?
Can there really be 30,000 chauffeur driven cars for the exclusive use of Italian politicians?
Would it really be cheaper to send everyone by taxi than train in Greece and is youth unemployment in Spain really 50%? Find out in this week's More or Less.
(Image: Porsche Cayenne cars. Credit: Getty Images)