I can't remember where I read it or who said it, but I do remember that whoever said it was pro-Leave and anti-BBC, so not some expected to say what I'm just about to cite them as saying (if you follow me)...
That person was praising the BBC News website's Reality Check. He (or she) felt it was a beacon of decency in the BBC's coverage of the EU referendum.
It seems so to me too. It's uncannily even-handed in its debunkings, but it's also very firm. It delivers verdicts, and its verdicts don't usually hold their punches. If it's wrong it says so. If it's right it says so. And thumps are handed out right, left and centre (figuratively-speaking).
So all credit to Anthony Reuben & Co.