In an ill thought out attempt to talk some sense into the goons on the Express's 'Have your say' section, I've tried to have another look at 'MIGRANTS TAKE ALL NEW JOBS IN BRITAIN', but it's gone.
Legal reasons because it's, you know, made up shite? We can but hope.
Just in case my comment disappears from the Express site too, here's part of what I've written:
All you need to do to show that the Express headline is an exaggeration is to know one person who isn't a migrant who got a newly created job in the last four years. I know several, personally. You might well too. So the headline must be an exaggeration.There we go.
Plus, I've just followed an old link to the story and it's mysteriously disappeared from the site. I've also tried googling it and using the paper's search engine, and it seems to have been taken down.
My guess is that it's been taken down for legal reasons for being misleading. Of course, I could be wrong - in which case it would be great if someone from the paper can explain where it is.
If I'm right, here's concrete evidence of the paper producing a misleading story about immigration. Still want to argue it isn't an exaggeration?