The latest is firmly in the 'jobs scare' category, trying to pretend that there is a big problem with migrants taking jobs from British workers. Except the two sets of numbers she is using can't possibly compared in a sensible way, as Jamie proves.
And even in the way she has presented the figures, they show the situation isn't half as bad as the Mail wants it to be. They have put the figures in a little table, showing each area of the country - but of the 33 towns they give figures for, only 8 of them show more migrant workers than British ones.
Three of those eight are in London, but in the text Reid admits the figures for London as a whole are in the Brits' favour.
But that is all only relevant if you accept the pointless statistical analysis that the article indulges in.
But it shouldn't be accepted. Because it is, clearly, bollocks.
It's worth adding that on two occasions Reid does admit something that the Mail quite possibly has never admitted before:
While a NINO can be used to access social benefits, most newcomers from abroad are not eligible for these payouts and use the number only to seek work.
A claimant is a person on job-seekers' allowance who is actively trying to find employment. Newly arrived foreigners cannot get this payout.
Hmm. I wonder how often they will repeat these statements? Hopefully more often than they have so far.