Guess what? There's something very wrong with this Daily Express story about 'economic migrants'

Louis Dor
Thursday 24 September 2015 16:00
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The front page of today's Daily Express leads on, surprise surprise, immigration.

It cites a source saying David Cameron pressed EU leaders to crack down on economic migrants coming to Europe and that only refugees should be allowed to remain.

The front page looks like this:

As you may or may not have noticed, the Express front contains a promotional article and photograph for the start of this years' series of Strictly Come Dancing.

However, 60 per cent of the 15 Strictly Come Dancing instructors were not born in the EU, and would, by the Express' definitions be economic migrants.

For context, here are the birthplaces of all the instructors in this year's Strictly Come Dancing:

We can only assume the Express is highlighting Strictly as a case in point for their argument as to how the country is being overrun, right?

You heard the Express Mr Cameron - ban Strictly Come Dancing!

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