Same source, two entirely different articles.
Housing 'not favouring migrants'
There is no evidence that new arrivals in the UK are able to jump council housing queues, an Equality and Human Rights Commission report says.
Just 11% of new arrivals get help with housing - almost all of them asylum seekers.
The Daily Mail
One in ten state-subsidised homes goes to an immigrant family
Nearly 400,000 homes have gone to tenants who were born abroad, the Government's equality watchdog has said.
One in ten state-subsidised homes is occupied by an immigrant family, according to the first estimate of the impact of immigration on social housing.
He who pays the wages, calls the shots.