Immigration has been a particularly hot topic since the EU referendum campaign.
For this reason, it's often talked about in a negative (and often inaccurate) light. As an antidote to that, this map just shows us the facts, based on statistics from a UN report.
Here’s what immigration looks like in countries across Europe on a map according to the most common countries people emigrate from.
The map shows that the most common country of origin of foreign-born people in the UK is India.
- In Norway, it’s Poland.
- In Sweden, it’s Finland.
- In Denmark, it’s Germany.
- In Germany, it’s Poland.
- In France, it’s Algeria.
- In Spain, it’s Morocco.
- In Italy, it’s Romania.
The only place where Brits make up the biggest proportion of immigrants is Ireland.