Eh? But yes.
And ah yes, now it becomes crystal clear. Because this is a good migrant, a British person, attempting to migrate to Australia and finding herself up against the need to take an English test. The Mail rails against this 'politically correct' nonsense.
Hang on a minute. Where have I read something like that before? Ah yes, it was in the Mail, where a test for migrants was not seen as 'politically correct' at all, but was rather portrayed as disgracefully simple:
The test that's letting in one migrant every three minutes (and could you pass it?)
screamed the Mail back in January 2008, with a James Slack special. Readers were upset that the test was too stern and was letting in too many of those foreign types:
We are now in the fast track towards losing our country. This mass influx must end now! Or we can quite honestly say goodbye to the Britain we have always known, cherished, fought for. If the government won't listen to the vast majority of British people's worries about this situation then goodness knows where it will take us.
But this should come as no surprise to us, because as we've seen before, the Mail is often sympathetic towards migrants - if they're the right type of migrant, naturally. A surprisingly high rating, though, comes up for this comment below the 'nurse English test' story:
She should be thankful that they're considering letting her work over there at all. The hypocrisy of people who moan about foreigners coming to work here but who then themselves go and demand to be let into another country is staggering.
Staggering, yes, but not entirely unpredictable, if you read the Mail.